What if we actually lived, instead of pretending to live until realizing as we die that we’ve been so afraid of change that we haven’t really lived at all?
A friend of mine who lifts weights recently asked me to teach him to meditate. So I asked him to explain to me the steps of one rep of a bench press.
Perhaps woven tightly with fear and insecurity is an opportunity to experience the only true security, that of self-love — and of being there for ourselves.
Ram Dass taught me that the guru is in me, always, everywhere, and is available with a simple connection with my heart and the hearts of those I love.
The thought of strength through weakness is, like all great spiritual truths, a paradox — two of life’s extremes fused together…
I invite you to make a declaration of interdependence with the realization that by walking hand in hand we can unlock the freedom that is our birthright.