Posted by: Upāsaka | 12/19/2017

Finding Peace

In between the hourly outrages, the atrocities we commit upon one another as the myriad, petty humiliations and irritations of the household life, I have first and last to remember to incline my heart towards peace. What good is any of this striving and suffering if not dedicating to unbinding, to compassion, to release? If everything I do all day long is an attempt to scurry away from pain or snatch at pleasure, what good is this life?


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