This is the darkest day of the year. Infinite possibilities, yeah! It can only get lighter, at least for six months. Practicing dharma means to work with everything that happens to you, outer circumstances and inner thoughts, emotions, and feelings — always with an eye on positive transformation. That is why Bodhisattvas are said to be like peacocks. Peacocks thrive on poison, so do Bodhisattvas. Difficult circumstances provide a rich opportunity to work on our stuff in order to become happier, more loving, and wiser. Gratitude to the shortest day!
Peacocks eat poison. They thrive on it. It nourishes them. Did you see the photos of the flocks of peacocks in downtown Mumbai, India, recently? Bodhisattvas are the same. They are nourished and thrive when […]
“When the going gets tough, the tough get going” is an old adage. We may not feel tough but to endure and even grow during the drought is the practice of dharma. Bodhisattvas are likened […]