When we’re fighting each other, it’s because we can’t see each other as intrinsically interconnected expressions of life. Instead, we focus on our perceived differences and weave threads of assumptions, opinions, projections, stereotypes, etc. into thought veils that blind us.
How do we cope with all that’s happening in the world, taking care of ourselves without turning away?
Before we can offer infinite lovingkindness we need to learn how to receive it.
When someone is suffering, what can we say or do to help? The wise women of my weekly sangha offer advice from years of experience. And the Buddha has a few guidelines too.
Anger activates action, but lovingkindness creates real meaningful change. This post explores just how, and why it’s so important right now.
Here’s a poem for this time in the world: Contagion This is a moment whenluggage sits open on the bedwaitingwonderingwhether
Life lessons abound, and a family vacation is full of them!
Happy Summer Solstice! Can you be fully present in this miraculous moment and radiate lovingkindness like the sun?
This week I didn’t teach meditation because I had an appointment to renew my driver’s license. This is a necessary
When we see how loving-kindness (metta in the Pali language) makes all the difference in our lives and in our