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Equanimity, one of the most sublime emotions of Buddhist practice, is the ground for wisdom and freedom and the protector of compassion and love. While some may think of equanimity as dry neutrality or cool aloofness, mature equanimity produces a radiance and warmth of being.

Gil Fronsdal, “A Perfect Balance” (Tricycle Daily Dharma)

Don’t hate. The moment you tear down others you tear down yourself. Observe without judgement. Allow others to be themselves. Everyone is your teacher.

When you encounter suffering that you can’t stop no matter how hard you try, you need equanimity to avoid creating additional suffering and to channel your energies to areas where you can be of help. In this way, equanimity isn’t cold hearted or indifferent. It simply makes your goodwill more focused and effective.

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

Great article by Brad Warner

Jazz taught me that everything is fucked up and everything is cool.

Wynton Marsalis


Be like a fish submerged in the depths, like a turtle in the mud. Then criticism and praise do not reach you, calamity and fortune do not affect you. You live spontaneously without seeking life, you avoid death by not bringing on death - Liu I-Ming

You are perfectly wonderful just the way you are.

Perhaps the most important thing we bring to another person is the silence in us, not the sort of silence that is filled with unspoken criticism or hard withdrawal. The sort of silence that is a place of refuge, of rest, of acceptance of someone as they are. We are all hungry for this other silence. It is hard to find. In its presence we can remember something beyond the moment, a strength on which to build a life. Silence is a place of great power and healing.

Rachel Naomi Remen (via lucifelle)

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We are the 100 Percent: What Occupy Wall Street means for an Enlightened Society.

Great article!!!

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