Without making mistakes, there is no way to learn. If you can learn from your mistakes, then you have already transformed garbage into flowers.
Look at the sand we have left in the top of the hourglass and find a way to use every single grain to our fullest and most joyful capacity.
The desire to understand ourselves and to understand life is a deep thirst. There’s also the deep thirst to be loved and to love.
Becoming YOU is not a destination: it is a practice. And with every new moment in our lives, we get to practice.
Practicing loving kindness meditation is like digging deep into the ground until we reach the purest water.
The idea of taking care of ourselves and others can lead to greater appreciation of others.
As nations and individuals, we have so many wrong perceptions about ourselves and about each other, and these are the foundation of our hatred, fear and distrust.
We learn by making mistakes. We can begin anew at the last moment of the day and even at the last moment of our life.
Sometimes when we flail, fight and resist, we only sink deeper, perhaps even drown in our unwanted reality.
The rock and river are very different and they still find a way to coexist. The same is true for us in our relationships.