Posted by: Upāsaka | 10/05/2015

Pushing Through

When i read biographies of the great  Forest ajahns my heart soars and i geek the need to recommit myself to even more practice but, almost as soon as i put the books down and sit to take up meditation i am met with doubt, sloth,  torpor and restlessness. And although the practice has been somewhat dry and stale, i am at least grateful to have an abundance of saddha to see me through it. May we all practice ardently to liberate ourselves and unburden all beings who sustain us through their suffering.


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