Posted by: Upāsaka | 03/04/2013

Brothers and Sisters in the Dhamma

I had a lot of bodily discomfort tonight during the Sunday night meditation with my meditation group. It got so bad that there were points where I fantasized about running out of the room to go straight home but once I started to help break down the room and engaged with other members of the group my attention shifted from the pain to a genuine interest in the people I was with. It’s hard to describe but I feel such a gratitude and appreciation for the members of the group who are trying their level best to follow this path and for the teacher we have. I have often felt the same about everyone who has commented here and want to express my deep appreciation for all of my brothers and sisters in the Dhamma. Sukhi hotu!


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