The Buddhist teachings urge us to be grateful to our mothers, as well as our fathers, because they made it possible for us to come into being, to exist. By Nelle Oosterom
Three simple words uttered at a ball game set off a profound spiritual reflection.
When we dismiss the present moment because it is unsatisfying, we could be missing something filled with potential for awakening.
Perhaps all we need in times of grief and loneliness is someone to listen as we share our lived experiences.
Clinging to an ambiguous ideal, of how life should be, has set me up for disappointment.
It seems the space of sacred presence also hods the profane. By Nelle Oosterom.
Installing LOVE 2.0
Make a meditation retreat your New Year’s resolution
Getting to Know the Four Noble Truths
The Buddha Book Club
The Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness. By Nelle Oosterom
Reflecting on the hard realities of life.
The Importance of Spiritual Friendship — Kalyanamitta (‘spiritual friends’)
Why good behaviour prepares us for the hard work of sitting with our minds.
Recently my family experienced a very real scare and potentially tragic situation with my newborn granddaughter. By Catherine Sproat
A pilgrimage in northern India. By Jeff Newman.