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One day, a merchant set out on a short trip to collect a debt of ten dollars from a man living several miles away. After paying a boatman five dollars to take him across a river, the merchant was unable to find the man and had to pay another five dollars to make his way back home.
I don’t know. How many times have you given that response when asked how do you feel, what’s wrong, or what you need? It’s a common response, but it’s not true because you do know–you just don’t want to say it. Bummer.
The Poison Arrow is one of my favorite Buddhist parables (I seem to have many favorite parables). I have been guided to repost this entry from 2016 because we are in a time of a great need for letting go. I hope you enjoy this replay. I encourage you to come back to it often.
Sri Swami Satchidananda wrote one of my favorite books from the Hindu tradition – The Yoga Sutras of Pantanjali. Some of you may remember this passage because I posted it on my first website many years ago. I am moved to share it.
We all have a beautiful balloon even if it is in disguise. What does your beautiful balloon look like? Where is it taking you? Do you even recognize that you have one? Your mission is to find yours and ride it up, up, and away.
We each came into this life with a set of gifts, talents, and interests to help us find our strengths, our service humanity, and find joy in life.
Some children were building sand castles beside a river. The sand castles were many sizes and shapes but each child defended his castle fiercely and said, “This one is mine.” They kept their castles separate and would not allow any mistakes about which was whose. When...
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