Posted by: Upāsaka | 01/21/2020

Get Up and Sit!

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I spent last night in the ER with my son who has the flu. He scared us pretty badly but (luckily) the most serious symptom he had was dehydration. Fortunately an IV drip and 4 hours in a hospital bed resolved that.

Naturally, my routine has been upended but I got the message: life is short and can end at any time for any number of reasons. May we practice with ardor until we are no longer sick.


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