Each of us must understand that our time in this world is so short, that darkening it with useless arguments, jealousy, not forgiving others, discontentment and bad attitudes is not a productive use of time and energy.
When we practice the art of mindful living, we water the positive elements in ourselves and each other.
What Love Needs to Survive
Many of us think our daily nourishment only in terms of what we eat. In fact, there are four kinds of food that we consume every day.
Sands of Time
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.
The Practice of YOU
Becoming YOU is not a destination: it is a practice. And with every new moment in our lives, we get to practice.
The conviction that you, or anyone else, knows what you already need to know could be one of biggest challenges you and/or other people face.
Practicing loving kindness meditation is like digging deep into the ground until we reach the purest water.
One Arrow Can Save Two Birds
When you remove the conflict within yourself, you also remove the conflict between yourself and others.
The idea of taking care of ourselves and others can lead to greater appreciation of others.