Our buddha nature is the innermost nature of the mind.
Leaves and Moss by Trevor Leggett
On the first day I left the place spotless, having made a last quick circuit picking up the few newly fallen leaves.
Some Guanyins (Avalokiteshvara) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The world of all living things is but emptiness,
And so Guanyin’s compassionate heart is at rest.
Today evening has already arrived;
Tomorrow morning will soon be here.
So, practice now before it is too late.
You Don’t Get Rid of Your Personality, by Ajahn Sumedho.
Buddhist film about 44 minutes.
Joy by John Aske
Joy is not something we can grasp and hold on to, it comes and goes like spring rain, softening everything.
I Don’t Believe in Samsara — If I Did…
When I just rest
within empty lucidity,
the false cavern of all things of samsara and nirvana implodes,
and everything dawns as the ornamentation of ultimate reality.
Living in the Present without past, without future. By Buddhadasa Bhikkhu
Today’s subject is about staying with the present moment and not letting the past or future come to disturb us.