Posted by: Upāsaka Subhavi | 01/14/2014

Support

Despite the fact that the situation has not changed appreciably in any way I have been comforted by the support and concern of those of you here and in my daily life. The sense of estrangement from our loved ones and communities is perhaps the worst result of our technocentric lifestyles and has lead me time and again to live as if I were in a hermetically sealed bubble wherein connection and sharing are all but impossible. Thank you to those of you who remind me that this is not so. Thank you to all of my aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters in samsara for reminding me that dukkha is our common birthright and bond. May all beings be free from suffering!


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