Liberation and freedom are things all humans desire. This is particularly true in context of spirituality. In my experiences, with religions, organisations and even educational settings. I found myself lost in systems of belief or culture norms. My aim as a writer is to discuss possibilities beyond these parameters. I was diagnosed with Bipolar and … Continue reading About Scott
Why do people judge others based on what they regard as conventional?
Is is possible to live a great life with incurable illness?
We all make excuses. What does it take for us to stop and really consider our responses and actions?
We can let it all go!
I think this article is worth sharing. It highlights a good point often overlooked. "The Buddha was like a doctor, treating the spiritual ills of the human race. The path of practice he taught was like a course of therapy for suffering hearts and minds. This way of understanding the Buddha and his teachings dates … Continue reading Meditation is not enough!
“Consistency and perfection are both seriously overrated. In art and life, beauty is often woven into flaws. As Leonard Cohen says in his song “Anthem”: “Ring the bells that still can ring / Forget your perfect offering / There’s a crack, a crack, in everything / That’s how the light gets in.”Benner PhD, David G.. … Continue reading Don’t quit on yourselves!
How much choice do you think you have in life?
I spotted this and it resonated with me. I thought you might find it useful too. 'The conceptual mind might say: "I can't do it, it's too hard for me". But that's the talk of the ego getting scared, the talk of Mara, who is on the defensive, rattled by our progress on the path … Continue reading A wonderful Buddhist post!
Have we forgot the value of reading?
The right view on things is taking in to account we will lose things at some point.