Ady Barkin wrote an essay in The Nation, I’m Dying. Here Is What I Refuse to Accept With Serenity, about politics, spirituality, and dying. At age 32 he was diagnosed with ALS, and within a few years he was unable to feed himself. He dictated the essay to a friend because he was unable to […]
We think when we cease to be at peace with silence.
Kahlil Gibran famously said “We talk when we cease to be at peace with our thoughts.” I humbly suggest the Buddhistic/Advaitistic “We think when we cease to be at peace with silence.”