Posted by: Upāsaka Subhavi | 10/29/2019

Everyday Apocalypse

“If, lord, such a great peril should arise, such a terrible destruction of human life — the human state being so hard to obtain — what else should be done but Dhamma-conduct, right conduct, skillful deeds, meritorious deeds?”

Everyday has the potential to be our own personal apocalypse. Whether we die with millions or alone in a hole, death awaits us like a relentless hunter after its prey. How are we preparing to meet it?


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