Meditation & Sensation
Charlie Ambler

If we seize onto details we fail. If we let go, we get results.

Practically, how does this work for making a bed, getting dressed, taking a shower, tidying and cleaning a house, changing the oil, washing the dishes, painting a house, driving car or sailing from point A to point B?

These necessary activities will not just do themselves. Rejecting some of these activities might greatly simplify life for a while, but rejecting all of these activities would soon create more problems than any effort they require.

It is hard to see how just letting go, ends in the kinds of useful activities as listed two paragraphs above.

Please explain. Your essay is too general to help most of us.

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