A Maserati Stuck in First Gear

It doesn’t matter what gear you’re stuck in; if you can’t shift as life demands, your car is dysfunctional. Same with our lives.

When the mind is stuck, you’re in dukkha (usually translated from the Sanskrit as suffering), which literally means a wheel whose hub doesn’t move.

Sukkha is a liberated wheel, a freed-up wheel that means liberation, nirvana.

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