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Asked if he had only one word to describe the secret of happiness, the Dalai Lama immediately responded " Routines."
It is not difficult to be bold when one is young. The finest audacity is that at the end of life.
My enemy helps me in my conduct of awakening.
Poetry is the language in which we explore our own amazement.
Our homes can become sacred places. We do not need cathedrals to remind ourselves to experience the sacred.
Every object and being in the universe is
a jar overfilled with wisdom and beauty.
Another name for God is surprise.
Any book about Zen is rather like a mystery story with the last chapter missing.
Any profound view of the world is mysticism.
Apologies are the art of spiritual housekeeping. They help to put and keep our lives in order.