In the Lotus Sutra, chapter ten it says: “The abode of the Tathagata is the great compassionate heart with-in all living beings; the robe of the Tathagata is the gentle and for-bearing heart; the throne of the Tathagata is the voidness of all laws (dharmas).” To be in the moment, truly means flying without wings, […]
Category Archives: Emptiness
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Birthdays of February Snow
My daughter is 41 today. Instantly, I recall a warm winters glow! Remembering well the birthdays of February snow! Outside the living room window, Icicles drip a rhythm to the passing of winter. Warmed by the wood stove, Jessica plays on the floor with her toy horse. A gentle loving memory nudges me unconditionally. Was she nine or ten? […]