Sky dressed in grey clouds, the setting sun returning the pink glow reflexion of the rays of light still shining through the darkness of the sky. Weaving luminous wisdom in sacred symbols. Volcanic rocks from the old molten lava washed brightly into the darkness by the soft blue pristine waters of the ocean. Water so … Continue reading Where water & sky dissolve [Poem]
Sharing the merit of bodhichitta with all sentient beings, while practicing loving kindness makes us all collaborate in harmony. While being human has its limitations, the limitless nature of mind and compassion of Buddhas has no bounds.
Forget your bread my friends, forget it, remember the holy revive it, what lives in the lives of all? The vibrant and creative expression of our own Mercury when the hidden and diminished pains are denied. while the bread you eat nourishes you for a moment, the bread of the Spirit is infinitely fulfilling The … Continue reading Forget your bread [Poem]
This is a musing on language, meditation and Dharma. respect | rɪˈspɛkt | noun 1 [mass noun] a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements: the director had a lot of respect for Douglas as an actor. • the state of being admired or respected: his first … Continue reading Ethics in the age of compassion [Note on Respect]
I haven't done a news update in a while. I wanted to really make sure that besides poetry I drop in here and write a few more words for you. until 2015 June, I could tell you with all certainty that I love and enjoy my life. It had its ups and downs and like … Continue reading News Flash 18.07e
Recent discussions and dialogs in the sangha prompted me to write about devotion. Over the years I have heard many people speak about devotion. I have also made remarks about people being 'too devoted'. When we connect with our human nature we see that everyone on earth deals with life issues. Everyone is touched by … Continue reading The nectar of devotion; part 1
Todays politics, and interactions in the world need to be really less reactive and more reflective and response-able. Cultivating dialog and remaining sensitive to cultural, economical and human values will allow us to be best dynamic thinkers and make our actions positive in the world. Essentially majority of people in the world are looking to … Continue reading What makes a modern global citizen and thinker?
Perhaps you saw or read about different kinds of love, about the love that is all about giving, or speaking kind words of praise, or love about touch or love about action… or any other kind of love. May be you even wondered yourself what Love is really about. I have to tell you for … Continue reading Love | evolve
Today in Christian tradition is Holy Saturday. This is a day that it is said Jesus during his crucifixion laid his body in the tomb while his spirit traveled and descended into hell and brought salvation to many souls. It is a day before his resurrection, a day before Easter. Hell has so many meanings … Continue reading What is Holy Saturday and how is it connected to Buddhism?
After so many years of violence one can find themselves facing again a choice to fight or to stand grounded in Peace What does that mean to be in peace? To walk in peace and to live in peace? Many wonder. Peace has a face, it is a Grandfather Spirit and an eternal companion for … Continue reading Peace Ground [Poem]