Spring Notes (3)

Welcome back to Spring Notes.
 I hope you’ve enjoyed the previous notes, i.e., (1) and (2) —
brief weekly posts for meditation and contemplation.
Now through March 16th … 5 notes to prepare for a new season.

Spring Notes (3)

The Dalai Lama once said: I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest.  I do not judge the universe.  Undoubtedly, this is one of the wisest thoughts I’ve encountered in my lifetime.  After all, who are we to judge anything, let alone the universe?  Just imagine how peaceful your day might be without the need to second guess what is happening in the world or why.  The drama of life is often based on judgement.  And while some judgement is needed to navigate life, perhaps, it is excessive.  Perhaps it leads to needless worry.  To senseless conflict.  To useless complications.  It’s spring … toss things around … see if this idea can be useful to you.  Get creative with your thinking.  Better yet, drop back from the endless back and forth our minds seem to crave, realizing that “thought” alone will never be enough.  It will always be limited and biased and, possibly, problematic.  Let your spiritual instincts take you beyond habitual patterns to experience greater peace.  Joy.  Contentment.  Since we can never truly understand another person’s “reality,” maybe we can find common ground by letting go of outdated and unnecessary opinions.  Our imaginings, primarily.  Can’t hurt to try …

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