Neurosis itself is, in the last analysis, a symptom of moral failure (although “adjustment” is by no means a symptom of moral achievement).

Erich Fromm, Man for Himself

Neurosis itself is, in the last analysis, a symptom of moral failure (although “adjustment” is by no means a symptom of moral achievement).

Erich Fromm, Man for Himself

Neurosis itself is, in the last analysis, a symptom of moral failure (although “adjustment” is by no means a symptom of moral achievement).

Erich Fromm, Man for Himself

Rebirth

When asked once by one of his Western students puzzling over Buddhist teachings of egolessness, “Well then, if there is no self, what is it that reincarnates?” the Tibetan lama Chogyam Trungpa laughed and answered without hesitation.

“Neurosis,” he replied. — Mark Epstein, Going to Pieces Without Falling Apart