What you are now is the result of what you were. What you will be tomorrow will be the result of what you are now…
No one can do more for you than your own purified mind – no parent, no relative, no friend, no one. A well-disciplined mind brings happiness.
Mindfulness In Plain English Bhante Gunaratana
Tao that can be told Is not the everlasting Tao The name that can be named Is not the everlasting name
Nameless is the virgin of all things
Named is the mother of all things Free from desire we see subtleties Not free we see only things
The two are the same
Yet arise as two A oneness called dark Dark beyond dark is The doorway to all subtleties
Tao Te Ching
The Divine Feminine: Tao Te Ching Rosemarie Andersdon
Mindfulness is the mysterious mental capacity to be aware of the wandering of the mind. It illuminates what the mind is doing.
In mindfulness of breathing, our intended direction is to stay focused on the breath – each breath in and out. Because we have this conscious intention to focus on the breath, it becomes obvious when we are going off course.
Mindfulness for a Happy Life Robert Beatty
Suffering allows us to experience compassion for the suffering of others, and reminds us of the preciousness of the life we are living.
Suffering puts us face to face with who we are and reminds us of our deepest values and what is truly important. Every difficult situation life presents us with is a chance to see who we truly are.
Your Life is Meditation Mark Van Buren
Whether you accomplish or don’t accomplish anything during your entire lifetime, your existence is what makes you matter.
This simple truth is probably the most important thing to know about ourselves: what we are creating isn’t as important as who we get to be while we are creating.
David J. Walker
You Are Enough David J. Walker