excitement

n=4


a: Excitement ~
b: measles

What:

unchecked it is highly contagious


Useful?
Writer: Barry Bull
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Date: Dec 30 2015 7:15 PM



a: Excitement ~
b: stones in a river

What:

"There can be contentment in excitement. Excitement is like stones thrown in a flowing river of contentment."


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
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Where:
Date: Dec 30 2015 7:17 PM



a: Excitement ~
b: drinking salt water

What:

"To become free of addiction to the excitement of external factors, stare into your own mind for inspiration. Find your inspiration in the truth of change, transformation, impermanence,
and the truth of karma. Know that chasing after excitement is like drinking salt water to
quench your thirst."


Useful?
Writer: Mindrolling Jetsün Khandro Rinpoche
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Where:
Date: Dec 30 2015 7:20 PM



a: Excitement ~
b: morbid craving for pepper

What:

"A person accustomed to too much excitement is like a person with a morbid craving for pepper, who comes last to be unable even to taste a quantity of pepper which would cause anyone else to choke. There is an element of boredom which is inseparable from the avoidance of too much excitement, and too much excitement not only undermines the health, but dulls the palate for every kind of pleasure"


Useful?
Writer: Bertrand Russell
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Where:
Date: Dec 30 2015 7:26 PM



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