Religion once gave us a sense of belonging, of being part of something greater.
Some Buddhist teachings for the holiday, enjoy.
Film The Dalai Lama Answers Questions
Read ‘Thinking About Samsara’ by John Aske
As Mark Twain said: ‘All the worst things in my life never actually happened.’
We leave our real home for this, though we were never pushed away. 2 mins read.
We are trying to live the life outside ourselves, rather than the life we already have.
In not-knowing, there is room for everything: the born and the unborn.
Kindness awakens your latent ability to be and commune with the world.
But don’t grasp at the smile — or the flower — or even the words, and most of us do, because we love to attach ourselves to things and meanings, and it’s not about things or meanings.