Posted by: Upāsaka Subhavi | 09/11/2017

Open to Uncertainty

It seems that the life I once lived is broken and can’t be put back together again. There is anger, resentment and grief. There is also relief. Unsure of what’s to come I now need to rely on the Dhamma as my refuge. May I be kind to others and myself. May I sacrifice and take the lesser share. May I abandon and dispel animosity and resentment.


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  1. I can only imagine how hard it must be. My thoughts are with you. I hope you will find relief and answers in the Dharma.


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