It Could Always Be Worse: The Power of Gratitude and Perspective - http://denise.mywikaniko.com/2017/03/it-could-always-be-worse-the-power-of-gratitude-and-perspective/

It Could Always Be Worse: The Power of Gratitude and Perspective - http://denise.mywikaniko.com/2017/03/it-could-always-be-worse-the-power-of-gratitude-and-perspective/

“Zen practice … requires great faith, great courage, and great questioning.”

“Zen practice … requires great faith, great courage, and great questioning.”

Having Doubts Doesn’t Mean Your Relationship Is Doomed - Tiny Buddha

Having Doubts Doesn’t Mean Your Relationship Is Doomed - Tiny Buddha

This is why I travel. I am worried of running out of time and never getting around to it.

This is why I travel. I am worried of running out of time and never getting around to it.

Buddha was asked what  he gained from meditation.  He answered: "nothing, but  let me tell you what I have lost  Anger, anxiety, insecurity,  depression, and  fear of old age and death.  www.e-buddhism.com from Facebook tagged as Memes

Buddha was asked what he gained from meditation. He answered: "nothing, but let me tell you what I have lost Anger, anxiety, insecurity, depression, and fear of old age and death. www.e-buddhism.com from Facebook tagged as Memes

Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. -Buddha #quotes #buddha #anger #death #forgiveness #love #wisdom

Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. -Buddha #quotes #buddha #anger #death #forgiveness #love #wisdom

We still consider his [Socrates] daimonion as an individual peculiarity if not worse. Such people, says Buddha, "after their death reach the wrong way, the bad track, down to the depth, into an infernal world." Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 531-533

We still consider his [Socrates] daimonion as an individual peculiarity if not worse. Such people, says Buddha, "after their death reach the wrong way, the bad track, down to the depth, into an infernal world." Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 531-533

These bodies are perishable, but the dwellers in these bodies are eternal, indestructible and impenetrable. ~ Bhagavad Gita

These bodies are perishable, but the dwellers in these bodies are eternal, indestructible and impenetrable. ~ Bhagavad Gita

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