Posted by: Upāsaka | 02/23/2015

Living on the Kindness of Others

This vacation has opened my eyes to the kindness of others. Whether it is the offer of shelter, food or one of a myriad other kindnesses, myself and my family have been the recipients of so much in the last week. And, truth be told, it is always lie this: the kindness of a clerk, a bus driver, a nurse or a cab driver make possible the life we live and yet we rarely notice. May I begin to repay some of this income kindness today and everyday to come.

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