Gratitude

It’s with the fullest of hearts I give my gratitude to the Lord buddha, for his teachings, to the Dhamma for it’s wisdom, to the Sangha for it’s compassion.

My journey with Mindful practice started as many others, questions, “why are we here?”… “what’s the purpose of life”… “what’s the meaning of life”…

I found very little in the way of answers to those questions.. but I found something better.. I found better questions I should be asking and the answers that satisfied my somewhat logical brain, like “what does it mean to live?” (read blog the 5 reflections for the best answer to that).

I found clarity and wisdom.. I found compassion and kindness.. I found a teacher, born in the west and trained in the east.. who really brought things home to me in a clear, organized and accessible way. His Name is Venerable Yuttadhammo Bhikku.

His commitment to his own practice and to the spreading of the truest words of the Buddha have been a constant and conscious part of my life since the first teaching I listened to.

Read more about Yuttadhammo Bhikku.

Thank you for your compassion, kindness, honesty and wisdom.

I wish you Peace and Happiness.

Always.

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