If You Want To Set Yourself Free, Read These Quotes By John C. Parkin

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“Freedom from attachments takes you a good way down the road to total liberation.”- John C. Parkin

“When meaning goes, the attachment goes.”- John C. Parkin

“If you can find the source of pleasure inside yourself, you’ll be self-sufficient and you’ll become a very cheap date, too. But the biggest boon is that if you can find pleasure in the very thing that can boost your own health and lead to a long, happiness and positive enlightenment, then you’re a damn sight more likely to do that thing on a regular basis.”- John C. Parkin

“The key to being able to let go of all the stuff you’re holding on to is knowing that you’ll be okay if you don’t have it.”– John C. Parkin

“Accepting everything, just as it is, is a beautiful state to get to. …Accept the things that don’t go according to plan, the people that don’t treat you quite how you’d like to be treated, the bad news as well as the good.”- John C. Parkin

“The problem for most of us is that we live somewhere in between a good yanging and a good yinning life. So we don’t go for things enough, we don’t embrace life as vigorously as we could. And we don’t relax and let go enough.”- John C. Parkin

“A relationship is about us… and the most intimate way we deal with the outside world.”- John C. Parkin

“When you fall in love, other things matter less.”- John C. Parkin

“In love we want a lot. We want all the attention. We want it to last forever. We want it to be perfect. And we throw everything we have into these desires.”– John C. Parkin

“If what you have to offer is worth enough to other people, then they’ll give you lots of things in return.”- John C. Parkin

“You are simply in a constant process of exchange for value with the world. The more the world values what you do and what you are giving, the more it will give back.”- John C. Parkin

“Enjoy the process of exchange: whether big or small. If you’re happy to be humble and self-contained, enjoy the small things that the world brings you for the things that you offer.”- John C. Parkin