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Some Tibetan sage has said that the best course is to be neither enlightened nor non-enlightened, and thus to rise above this pair of opposites. A Hindu sage advised the Brahmin to let go of his scholarship first, then of his meditativeness, and finally of his non-meditativeness; then only would enlightenment appear.

-- Notebooks Category 24: The Peace within You > Chapter 3: Practise Detachment > # 203

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