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Impermanence

In my most recent post, I mentioned my “complex history with India.” Several years ago, I went to Chennai with a group of spiritual leaders for a Deeksha seminar. That trip began with a horrifying encounter with impermanence.   It … Continue reading

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I Am The Sky Of The Sky

In A Heart As Wide as the World, Sharon Salzberg tells about a visit to the Santa Fe Opera in an open-air theater: “Watching the characters struggling with the immense complexity of their lives against the backdrop of that open … Continue reading

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