A poem by William Blake inspires a dharma post on finding joy.
Most of us accept the reality manufactured for us. We are endlessly subjected to the self-limiting perception of the need to name and claim instead of expanding our sense of who we are. In this blog post, Stephanie shares a video of a TED Talk by Ron Finley who challenges us to make our own reality.
In the past four posts, I’ve written about the mind states of loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity: the Brahma-viharas,
Just outside in the early spring sunshine, my neighbors were trying to pull a root-bound rosemary plant out of its
This was a speech with visual aids. I will try to get permission to use the photos I shared in
Tomorrow we Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, and for many of us it’s a very busy day filled with the three F’s:
In previous posts we explored the First Noble Truth: That there is suffering in life. The Second Noble Truth says