Ultimately the meaning of our spirituality is realized through the practice of finding meaning in every-day living.
We don’t overcome loneliness, we learn to embrace it. In the arms of self-love, loneliness slowly loosens its grip, and we realize that we’re not alone.
In spiritual practice we aren’t learning how to turn off our emotions: that’s not real. Instead we’re learning the skills to be okay while we feel them.
We don’t set out to be assholes. We start out hoping to do something great, to leave our mark on the world … in an effort to be loved. And then we get lost.
This week I invite you to be a spiritual entrepreneur and examine the metrics that make up your spiritual practice.
In honor of Guru Singh’s 70th birthday, I want to share this story of our first meeting and the profound lessons he has taught me over the years.