Eckhart Tolle said, “Realize deeply that the present moment is all you have. Make the NOW the primary focus of your life.” In his book, “The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment”, he has beautifully explained how to live in this
I came from a culture where family ties are very important. When I first moved to the United States, I was stunned to see how people are disconnected from their families and their roots. People don’t talk to their parents or their siblings for
Buddha has said, “Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.” What he meant to say is that you can experience pain as is, and it will pass. But you will suffer if you resist the pain and want something else. Suffering comes from attachment.
My Star Family says that there are two keys to contentment. One is forgiveness, and the other is unconditional love. I talked about forgiveness last week on Journey 5, so I am going to write about unconditional love. When you hear the word,
Many of us are stuck in the past. We regret daily what we have done wrong or what we haven’t done. We feel guilty and cannot move forward from what had happened in the past. We are humans, and we are supposed to make mistakes. We cannot change the
Buddha has taught that it is best to live between extremes. The middle way is the pass to enlightenment. I see two types of opposite tendencies people fall into in terms of giving and taking. One type would always give. They sacrifice themselves
A wise person said, “we are spiritual beings, having a human experience.” I agree. We are here as a human on this earth because our soul (or god or oneness, whatever you want to call it) wanted to have experiences. At the soul level, we are one