Posted by: Upāsaka | 11/27/2017

Peace, Patience and Pardon

This morning on the train to Brooklyn I asked my kids which virtue we’d make the theme of our day. They begrudgingly settled on patience and I extemporaneously added peace and pardon. We were speaking Italian and Spanish so it didn’t seem such an odd or anachronistic choice of words (pazienza, perdono e pace) and something about the trio struck me. May we all find peace through patience and forgiveness today.


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