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"In essence, keep your mind relaxed at all times and accept the manifold experiences of life. Look at all situations with a sense of cheer and humor and, just as we may watch a comedy on the television to relieve tension, we should laugh at ourselves and have no tension." ~Geshe Namgyal Wangchen ..*

"In essence, keep your mind relaxed at all times and accept the manifold experiences of life. Look at all situations with a sense of cheer and humor and, just as we may watch a comedy on the television to relieve tension, we should laugh at ourselves and have no tension." ~Geshe Namgyal Wangchen ..*

"I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night." A doodle for a favourite poem, The Old Astronomer.

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"I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night." A doodle for a favourite poem, The Old Astronomer.

"Greatness is not found in possessions, power, position or prestige.  It is discovered in goodness, humility, service, and character."   ~ William Arthur Ward   <3 lis

"Greatness is not found in possessions, power, position or prestige. It is discovered in goodness, humility, service, and character." ~ William Arthur Ward <3 lis

"Don't engage disturbances, and emotional reactions gradually fade away;  Don't engage distractions, and spiritual practice naturally grows.  Keep awareness clear and vivid, and confidence in the way arises.  Rely on silence.. this is the practice of a bodhisattva."  ~ Tokmé Zongpo    <3 lis

"Don't engage disturbances, and emotional reactions gradually fade away; Don't engage distractions, and spiritual practice naturally grows. Keep awareness clear and vivid, and confidence in the way arises. Rely on silence.. this is the practice of a bodhisattva." ~ Tokmé Zongpo <3 lis

"In ancient China, the Taoists taught that a constant inner smile, a smile to oneself, insured health, happiness and longevity. Why? Smiling to yourself is like basking in love: you become your own best friend. Living with an inner smile is to live in harmony with yourself." ~Mantak Chia

"In ancient China, the Taoists taught that a constant inner smile, a smile to oneself, insured health, happiness and longevity. Why? Smiling to yourself is like basking in love: you become your own best friend. Living with an inner smile is to live in harmony with yourself." ~Mantak Chia

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“He is not noble who injures living beings. He is called noble because he is harmless towards all living beings.”   ~ The Buddha (Dhammapada, v 270)  ॐ lis

“He is not noble who injures living beings. He is called noble because he is harmless towards all living beings.” ~ The Buddha (Dhammapada, v 270) ॐ lis

Thai Buddha

Thai Buddha

Sometimes sitting in meditation can feel like sitting atop a lotus floating on a pond.

Sometimes sitting in meditation can feel like sitting atop a lotus floating on a pond.

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deviantART: More Like Thank you! by ~Lub3n

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