|Be Still in Your Heart
When we wake up to how human life on this planet actually is, and stop running away or building walls in our heart, then we develop a wiser motivation for our life. And we keep waking up as the natural dukkha [suffering] touches us. This means that we sharpen our attention to catch our instinctive reactions of blaming ourselves, blaming our parents, or blaming society; we meditate and access our suffering at its root; and consequently we learn to open and be still in our heart.
– Ajahn Sucitto, “Turning the Wheel of Truth: Commentary on the Buddha’s First Teaching”
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May you be free from suffering and the causes of suffering!
All my best,