"I take my time. I want to be myself. I don’t deny myself in the here and now. This is our practice—we call it aimlessness. We don’t put a goal in front of ourselves and run after it constantly. If we do, we’ll be running all our life and never be happy. Happiness is possible only when you stop running and cherish the present moment and who you are. Who you are is already a wonder; you don’t need to be someone else. You are a wonder of life." ~ Thich Nhat Hanh ॐ lis
Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh: only love can save us from climate change. Leading spiritual teacher warns that if people cannot save themselves from their own suffering, how can they be expected to worry about the plight of Mother Earth
Is There Life After Death? Thich Nhat Hanh Answers Age-Old Question. "When we know that birth and death are together always, we are no longer afraid of dying," he continued. "What you call birth and death are only transformation.