Armando S. Garcia

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Dr. Garcia writes with a clarity and authority gained from many years of methodical introspection and the keen observation of young minds. His work is motivated by the recognition that the greatest affliction of the modern age comes not from disease but from the loss of the natural happiness and sense of meaningfulness that we were born with. Dr. Garcia is a practicing pediatrician in Orlando, Florida.

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The Red Rule of Morality

While the maxim “do unto others as you would have done unto you” may impinge on the conscience, its effect is either from a sophistical fear of fate, or a concern for some future celestial judgement, or out of intellectual righteousness, without any perceived immediate or direct effect on the actor; in other words, you can always entertain the possibility that you might get away with it. However, Read more of this blog post »
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“Truly, if there is any substantial meaning that is allotted to human existence, it must rest on a moral universe, on being a good person; because nothing of value can be extracted from a world which is through and through Not-self.”
Armando S. Garcia, Every Drop of Water and Every Grain of Salt on the Way to Authentic Happiness

“Do not try to become anything. Do not make yourself into anything. Do not be a meditator. Do not become enlightened. When you sit, let it be. What you walk, let it be. Grasp at nothing. Resist nothing. Ajahn Chah”
Ajahn Chah

“Truly, if there is any substantial meaning that is allotted to human existence, it must rest on a moral universe, on being a good person; because nothing of value can be extracted from a world which is through and through Not-self.”
Armando S. Garcia, Every Drop of Water and Every Grain of Salt on the Way to Authentic Happiness




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