Tag Archives: Confusion

Pragmatism

One night recently I woke up–suddenly, anxious about the future and my honest abilities to actually do this work. I took a breath, noticed the tension in my body, and focused my attention on some truths. The truth is, I … Continue reading

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Another Voice

There is a line in the Buddhist text, “The Eight Realizations of Great Beings,” that has always bothered me. Not that I feel it is wrong, but that it is certainly incomplete. Finally, I wrote a poem about it while … Continue reading

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Truth telling

Confusion Clouds the sky Perfumes the air with danger and vulnerability. Mindfulness, concentrated and stable, burns away the clouds. Fear, sorrow, grasping Dissolve. The spider’s web Sparkles with the morning dew. Fragile, Strong, She holds all in her reflective net. … Continue reading

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