Je suis✨reconnaissant✨🌲pour mes❤️parents, danse, contraste homme 🌊 femme, orchidées💗, parfum français, chocolat noir et cappuccino🌹❣️
Help my loved ones achieve the same state. And then widen the circle to impact more people. 💗
What connects me to the sacred:
Reading 📖 holy texts
Hearing birds sing as I work my garden in the morning
Loving & hurting
In pausing and becoming aware
Thus do I see and feel the divinity in the sacred place inside.
Gratefulness would increase happiness by appreciating what we have instead of what we desire (for as Buddhist teach, desire and ignorance are the roots of suffering). Gratefulness brings an immediate wave of
even in the wake of tragedy.
I like how you use “yet” with children. Makes me think of Dr. Dweck’s _Growth Mindset_ and an article you might enjoy from Edutopia entitled, “The Neuroscience Behind Productive Struggle.”
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