Here are a few lines of his hand...
"All disciplines are fixations: discipline
excludes everything, except the one thing that one wishes to concentrate
upon. Thus one establishes a dictatorship over oneself and all understanding
is jeopardized. What is absolutely necessary is attention without strain.
When I observe myself, I am really forced to admit that every day I am
the prisoner of a thousand unsatisfied desires, or desires whose satisfaction
brings me no permanent bliss. So it seems to me that instead of endless
running from one desire to another, it would be better to stop and examine
the true nature of desire. If this investigation is successful you will
penetrate the nature of the true aim of all desire. What any desire really
aims at, is a state of non desire. This non desire is a state in which
we demand absolutely nothing. Thus it is a state of extreme abundance,
of fullness. This fullness is revealed as being bliss and peace. You now
know that you are really seeking nothing else but fullness and absolute
peace. Now that you have understood the inner nature of your ultimate
goal, you perceive that the ultimate goal is, in fact, not a goal, that
is to say an end towards which you strive, but that the ultimate state
can only be the consequence of relaxing and letting go. Liberation is
not to be obtained by collecting and accumulating, but by being rooted
in a state of being which is truly ours and in which we live constantly
without knowing it. Even if we wished to, we could not live for a single
moment outside of this state."