Actually, if you use http://www.google.com
type the words "duality" or "dualism" along with the word "quotations" and you will find your treasure.
Every explicit duality is an implicit unity.
One thing, all things:
move among and intermingle,
To live in this realization
is to be without anxiety about non-perfection.
To live in this faith is the road to non-duality,
Because the non-dual is one with the trusting mind.
- Hsin Hsin Ming, Verses On The Faith Mind
By Seng T'san,Third Zen Patriarch
Translated from the Chinese by Richard B. Clarke
Have you ever wished you could be somebody other than yourself? Robert Louis Stevenson wrote about such a possibility in "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."
http://classiclit.about.com/library/wee ... 01700a.htm
Bees that have honey in their mouths have stings in their tails.
Under the thorns grow the roses.
I was having a telephone conversation with someone one night, and I got out my laptop and started taking notes. This is what came of it. I've never been too sure of what to do with it. I decided to call it.....
NOTES FROM THE FRINGE
I don't trust anyone
who doesn't understand
the fact that I'm crazy.
There are only two things that exist: Love and Fear.
Anything negative in the world that we live in
can be boiled down to the elements of Love and Fear.
We live in a world of duality.
Good and Evil have to exist in the same universe,
or the balance will be broken.
But in the spiritual universe,
there is nothing
New life in this world comes in crying.
The cries of the newborn express the essence of all of life:
there is pain in growth and change.
We create our own reality.
Any behavior is predicated on your own belief system.
A sociopath accused of being a sociopath will be impressed.
But a sociopath will actually be nothing.
Nothing but black cold eyes.
There is no feeling,
there is no emotion,
there is no remorse.
There is only nothing.
~Jon Houge, copyright 2000