In today’s interconnected and globalized world, it is now commonplace for people of dissimilar world views, faiths and races to live side by side. It is a matter of great urgency, therefore, that we find ways to cooperate with one another in a spirit of mutual acceptance and respect. We often find differences and cut ourself off from others. The common denominator for humanity and the animal world is wanting to be happy and not hurt. The more we reflect and remember this, the closer we feel with all others regardless of the differences. Words from the great master, HH Dalai Lama added to be yours truly.
Patience is golden. It gives us pause rather than kneejerk reaction. It allows us to take a deep breath, and consider the consequences of getting angry — making us unhappy, bringing future problems, not to […]
Merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, and happy 600th anniversary of Je Tsongkhapa’s nirvana (passing). This is a special time of year. The outer stars are aligned. Please align your inner stars. Come home. Center. Balance. Be […]