Compassion is not complete if it does not include oneself.
There is no illness that is not exacerbated by stress.
One who is patient glows with an inner radiance.
So what is a good meditator? A good meditator meditates.
Observe & accept what ever arises & know that everything is as it needs to be.
No one looks or feels attractive when angry.
While meditating we are simply seeing what the mind has been doing all along.
Our actions speak for us & they speak loudly.
Understanding the true nature of things, or seeing things as they really are, is the ground of wisdom.
Patience requires a slowing down, a spaciousness, a sense of ease.
One of the best ways to support the development of patience is to cultivate happiness with yourself.
Technology offers us a unique opportunity, though rarely welcome, to practice patience.
Peace can be found within, no matter the external circumstances.
To be mindful entails examining the path we are traveling & making choices that alleviate suffering & bring happiness to ourselves & those around us.
We cannot force the development of mindfulness.
People in the midst of losing their patience are certainly experiencing as aspect of dukkha.
Patience has all the time it needs.
You cannot control the results, only your actions.