It seems counter-intuitive, but the more we care for others the better we care for our self. The more we work at transforming anger, jealousy, and pride into patience, appreciation, and humility, the better we care for our self. This is recognizing “self-care” from a broader perspective. The broader our perspective, the deeper are the results. Slowly we recognize our so-called “reality” is actually dependent on our mind and heart, and not something objective out there. Combining this understanding with caring for others, we will reach the greatest depths. Then we come home to our natural mind of luminosity in all its grandeur.
Overturning ingrained habits takes time. It is not easy and requires commitment. To make this commitment to ourself, we need to be convinced the habit is not longer working well in our life, and in […]
“When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” This popular saying about courage and strength is very true. From a dharma perspective it means to take whatever comes our way into the path. When […]