Archive for the 'Thoughts for the Day' Category

Jun 30 2014

perfection and stillness

Why strive for the perfect
thought or action?
The perfection you seek
is found in stillness.

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Jun 25 2014


Everything is an opportunity
for awareness.

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Jun 13 2014


The joy is there
awaiting permission.

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Jun 11 2014

fierce eye

See everything
with a fierce eye
and a gentle heart.

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Jun 06 2014

the space between

God inhabits the space between our thoughts.

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Jun 04 2014


Renounce the past.
Renounce the future.

Rediscover them in the present.

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May 30 2014

discipline and love

Holiness is born of love,
not discipline.

Discipline only increases
your capacity to love.

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May 21 2014

each step

Each step
is part of the journey.

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May 19 2014


The ego is a personal myth,
a story we tell ourselves
about who we are.
That story can change, expand,
or grow silent.

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May 16 2014


Every person: God.
Every animal, every plant: God.
Everything: God, God!
The slightest contact is worship.

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May 09 2014

some days

Some days it’s best
to do nothing
but ring like a tapped bell.

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May 02 2014


We spend most of our lives striving so hard
to earn our own permission to be at rest
where we are
— when we could have done it all along.

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Apr 30 2014

a new way

Find a new way each day
to let love pour
through your being.

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Apr 23 2014


Words aren’t inherently meaningful;
they are the ornaments
that accompany the flow of awareness.

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Apr 21 2014


Build up a tolerance for the unknown.

How can you be at home in the immense, mysterious,
and formless Self,
when you are only at ease with what the mind has defined?

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Apr 18 2014

speaks to us

The Earth speaks to us,
and gives us a vocabulary
to speak back.

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Apr 16 2014

we learn the way

We learn the way
by knowing our hearts.

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