The Remedy Is Generosity

The Remedy Is Generosity | May 31, 2014

Generosity trusts the emptiness that runs through things, even ungenerous or ungainly things—it links to the clarity that underlies all our madness. Whenever my thoughts turn toward greed, acquisitiveness, or stinginess, my shoulders tense up, and it feels as if I’m holding my breath. To find a remedy, I don’t have to improve my thoughts, though—just be generous with them.

—John Tarrant, “The Erotic Life of Emptiness”


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