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An Introduction to Distributions by John Horvath

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I am trying to tell you of new ways that result in lasting contentment. The devastating problem of craving can be summed up as follows: By living from a fictitious self, we are trapped by its fictitious appetites. Trying to feed such cravings is like trying to satisfy the hunger of any imaginary horse. The entire attempt is ridiculous. But as we destroy the false self, its howling appetite vanishes, just as the terror of a nightmare disappears when we awaken. Henry David Thoreau confirms: When, in some dreadful and ghastly dream, we reach the moment of greatest horror, it awakes us; thereby banishing all the hideous shapes that were born of the night.

Do not try to imagine what would happen. And do not react timidly toward the idea. Instead, experiment. Experiment right now, right where you are holding this book. Decide that from this moment on you will make no further efforts to find happiness. You will not seek excitement or call on friends or do anything else you usually do to make yourself feel good. Instead, let yourself be led to do whatever happens by itself. Do not try to think; let your thoughts think for you. Let go. Drop all initiative.

And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. (John 8:32) The New Testament records the parable of the king who sent out cordial invitations to his son's wedding feast. The king's servant spread the word around the countryside, but no one responded. One after another made their excuses. One man was busy with his farm, another with selling merchandise. Some of the more ungrateful ones attacked the very servants extending the invitation. We need not look far to see the same situation today.

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