The wave does not need to die to become water. She is already water.
On my 29th birthday, some gifts to myself: saltwater, deep presence and a connection to the world around me.
I was finishing reading Thich Nhat Hanh’s (Thay, as he is referred to endearingly) You Are Here as this day came and it couldn’t have been perfect timing. As one gets older, certain things become clearer. In an age when social media and the connection it provides is prevalent comes a time when one feels even more distracted, frustrated and worse, isolated.
These things have prompted me to challenge and question not just how we consume social media but ultimately, how we spend our days. After all, writer Annie Dillard said it best: how we spend our days is how we spend our lives. Continue reading “Can Buddhism & Activism Ever Co-exist? “