Change is Like an Onion - 25sep21
Change is like an onion.
It is ubiquitous, multi-layered, complex,
makes life interesting, and often makes us cry.
There are days when we crave none of those.
And during those times we could feel the urge
to dismiss the deep work
of coming to terms with change
with the earnestness
of ultra-conservative Mace Windu
hiding from a Sith holocron.
But both Lau Tzu and Gautama
call us to walk the path of mindfulness and release
in that most inconvenient of manners:
vulnerable, passive, visceral, and spontaneous.
Though scary and inconvenient this may be.
You can do this.
Simply use the Buddha’s tools.
Let us conclude
with a simple
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