Along with training the mind to be aware in the present moment comes training the mind and heart to be more compassionate. Deconstructing the ego utilizing the Buddhist wisdom leads to humility. “Us and them” formulations are put to rest. Rather than “me, me, me,” we focus on “you, you, you.” It is like a teeter totter. When ego goes down, compassion goes up. In this way the wisdom of emptiness is at the service of unconditional love and compassion.
“We are all visitors to this time, to this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love, ….. and then we return home.” This is […]
Many of us are open to the possibility of multiple lifetimes. Even if you are not, this discussion can apply to this life only. Multiple lives means many mothers who cleaned us, bathed us, clothed […]