All About Silly Sutras

What are silly sutras? Sutras are thought threads connecting pearls of wisdom. “Sutras” – like sutures – come from Indo-European Sanskrit and Latin root words meaning to sew. Instead of joining tissues, sutras join issues. With sutras we weave a tapestry of insight from direct experience and perennial precepts. Sometimes sutras are concise epigrammatic and enigmatic aphorisms, with vast significance. Sometimes they are grouped to refer to a common category like Yoga or Tao, or as in Buddhist sutras, to record oral teachings of Gautama Buddha.

On this site, “Silly Sutras” are Ron Rattner’s mystical musings expressed as aphorisms, rhymes, poetry, essays, strange stories and apt quotations. Sometimes Ron’s whimsical sutras really seem silly. But remember that in a crazy world normality’s insanity, and silliness is sanity. So our silly sutras offer a sane asylum from this crazy world, and are dedicated to all life everywhere.

May the Universe empower us to realize together our common dream for a better world
 where everyone everywhere is happy.

“Infuse us, enthuse us, and use us to bless all Life as Love.”

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