We often forget gratitude. There is so much to be grateful for. The next breath we take for granted, forgetting how precious it is to be alive. Remember to be grateful for the next breath. There is still much beauty and goodness in the world, even though it seems like things are falling apart. “Hope for the best and prepare for the worst,” is HH Dalai Lama’s attitude. Hoping for the best keeps us positive while preparing for the worst keeps us realistic. Remembering gratitude brings energy and a vest for life. It brings us closer to others. Gratitude moves love into the foreground. It adds spice to our life; it brightens with sparkle. In these disturbing times, we often miss the sparkle. Please remember gratitude, stay patient, alert, and balanced.
Interdependence is a fundamental law of nature. Even tiny insects survive by mutual cooperation based on innate recognition of their interconnectedness. It is because our own human existence is so dependent on the help of […]
The state of grace
When we sink emotionally, we forget gratitude. Living in grace we receive the blessings of the Buddhas. Our virtuous actions of concern for others and not taking appearances to be real lead to this state […]
Happy New Year to all!
Soon another year is coming to an end. We are continually moving closer to our death. Often we do not recognize this fact of life and death. For many of us, there is some confidence […]