fun and games until …

(Click image for Tony Flood’s comments.)

Via Kinsella at blog.Mises.

I won’t take the time now to talk about my own history with Buddhism, but I do want to grab the opportunity to quote my brilliant friend, Evan Shore, who, after we’d spent a weekend at a silent meditation retreat practicing our transcendence of the ego and its first-person narrative, told me,

“It’s all fun and games until someone loses an I.”

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