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Brief teaching

Illustrations published in the fall Issue 2018 of Tricycle Magazine.

Everyday spirituality

“We have an absolute life and a relative life —the eternal and the everyday — that exist together without separation. We should avoid thinking, “Daily life is more important,” or, “Spiritual life is more important.” We live in both realms simultaneously.”

Everyday spirituality

“We have an absolute life and a relative life —the eternal and the everyday — that exist together without separation. We should avoid thinking, “Daily life is more important,” or, “Spiritual life is more important.” We live in both realms simultaneously.”

A agent of change

“Everything is changing all the time — the waves, the clouds, and us. If we are quiet and still in the moment, we can witness change and accept it as inevitable.”

A agent of change

“Everything is changing all the time — the waves, the clouds, and us. If we are quiet and still in the moment, we can witness change and accept it as inevitable.”

Looking Beyond the Nose

“The opposite of death isn’t life but birth. The door swings both ways: we enter, live for a time, and then exit. We take our first breath and, not so long after, take our last. In between is our lifetime.”

Looking Beyond the Nose

“The opposite of death isn’t life but birth. The door swings both ways: we enter, live for a time, and then exit. We take our first breath and, not so long after, take our last. In between is our lifetime.”