Buddhism Plain and Simple
The Buddha-dharma does not invite us to dabble in abstract notions. Rather, the task it presents us with is to attend to what we actually experience, right in this moment. You don't have to look "over there." You don't have to figure anything out. You don't have to acquire anything. And you don't have to run off to
So you don't have to do the long search, the frantic chase, the painful quest. You're already right where you need to be.