|Abstract||Putting our house in order -- Where can we find peace? -- Thought and knowledge are limited -- War is a symptom -- The narrow circle of the self -- Can the brain be totally free? -- Consciousness is shared by all human beings -- Suffering and death -- In the perception of what is true, there is peace -- A dimension that is not the invention of thought.|
|Keywords||Peace Conduct of life|
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