At Home with Ourselves
Simply watching also allows us to stop struggling: to stop trying so hard to accomplish, to prove ourselves, to measure up–to cover over whatever sense of lack we might have. It may be frightening when we first stop struggling; we’ve become accustomed to this way of being, and feel anxious about leaving the comfort of the familiar. But when we stop the struggle, we then have the space to be at home with ourselves.
– Ezra Bayda, “Reflect, Without Thinking”
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May you be free from suffering and the causes of suffering!
All my best,