|We need to revive appreciation for the traditional model of a practitioner who lives a life of simplicity and humility, sincerity and endeavor, kindness and compassion. We must choose teachers with these qualities, cultivate these qualities in ourselves, and guide our students in developing them.|
For a Sane Society
August 30, 2012 by Namaste Consulting Inc
Posted in Mindfulness & Buddhism | 1 Comment
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