1. mother-daughter: mastering the art of losing each other

    “Operator? Operator. Please put me through to my daughter.” Her voice is pleading to my voicemail message, her words say, “Time is collapsing into itself and I am lost and alone.”

    “Operator, can you hear me? My daughter’s name is Lynette. Please tell her I called. I need to speak to her. Please.”

    It’s 11 PM and I’ve just come home from a long day at work. I’m torn by an urgency to drive the 2…

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  2. 16:48 16th Jul 2014

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This is genius…. From @FunkyBarrister 

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  3. hits & myths on this wonky path

    hits & myths on this wonky path @Dharma_Spring @Buddhistethics @tricyclemag

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    There’s been yet another opportunistic article floating around the social media on the misuse of mindfulness, this time by the august New York Times (complete with skinny, white female in meditative pose). The Mindfulness Backlash starts out well with a gesture to the work of researcher Willoughby Britton who is becoming the point person for discussions on the negative effects of meditation.…

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  4. 16:35 27th Jun 2014

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Making the Leap

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    Making the Leap

     
  5. 16:35

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Making the Leap

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  6. And now for an important announcement…

     
  7. 15:20

    Notes: 138

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    This is the time. This is the place. This is the vastness. Right here is paradise. Always. Always.
    — Byron Katie (via thecalminside)
     
  8. 19:13 17th Jun 2014

    Notes: 2

    Tags: zenMaezumi

    Life always presents us with pairs. There are always two aspects that complement each other—sun and moon, day and night, mother and father, life and death. But how easily our minds become occupied in a one-sided way! Just One thing by Taizan Maezumi Roshi
     
  9. 19:09

    Notes: 63

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    There is nothing you need to do first in order to be enlightened.
    — Thaddeus Golas (via bodhisattvaquotes)

    (Source: bodhisattvaquotes)

     
  10. 19:03

    Tags: gardens

    Poppies & peonies. Spring is generous.