Loving Stillness

We have more and more ways to communicate, as Thoreau noted, but less and less to say. Partly because we’re so busy communicating. And — as he might also have said — we’re rushing to meet so many deadlines that we hardly register that what we need most are lifelines..

Pico Iyer – The Joy of Quiet.

This is just one of the great things I’ve read over the last month that I felt merited sharing. And now I have. Go read the article in full.

Then get away.

Far, far away from the screen that brought it to you.

Rubin Museum hosts Sharon Salzberg: Mindfulness and Art
Thich Nhat Hanh comes to USA for further treatment, funds sought to cover costs
Buddhist monastery serves meals to fasting Muslims in Ramadan
Life shifts and karmic momentum

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