How aware are you of what you create in the day?

Good Morning

This morning I sat and watched the sun rise!  

The sun never really did begin to shine, however, it was wonderful seeing the sky become bright to start my new day!

Today:

I will enjoy the day, everything that is here on Mother Earth knowing that it takes everyone, and everything to create this wonderful world to be all that it is!  

I will become aware of my part in creating the many facets of life that are important for us all!

Good Morning

What part will you create today?

Peace, love, light and blessings

“White Eagle”

How aware are you today?

Good Morning

It is a good morning, I have a smile on my face,  however, I am sure moving slow!!!!!

Today:

I will create a day of slow movement and accomplishment by being aware of each step I take.  

I know how important it is to be consciously aware of what I am doing in each moment!

Good Morning

How consciously aware of your destination are you today?

Peace, love, light and blessings

“White Eagle”

WORDS OF WISDOM


 
 
The Creator designed us to learn by trial and error. The path of life we walk is very wide. Everything on the path is sacred – what we do right is sacred – but our mistakes are also sacred. This is the Creator’s way of teaching spiritual people. To criticize ourselves when we make mistakes is not part of the spiritual path. To criticize mistakes is not the Indian way. To learn from our mistakes is the Indian way. The definition of a spiritual person is someone who makes 30-50 mistakes each day and talks to the Creator after each one to see what to do next time. This is the way of the Warrior. Today let me see my mistakes as a positive process. Awaken my awareness so I can see the great learning that You, my Creator, have designed for my life.
“William Windwalker”
 
Dr. Jeff Mullan
Shared by “White Eagle”
 

A MASTERS WORDS OF WISDOM

You are the Flame at the Tip of the Candle!

Meditation for the 100th day after the Tsunami.
It was exactly three months ago that the tsunami hit the Northeastern coast of Japan. Let us breathe mindfully, come back to ourselves and be with the direct victims of that gigantic catastrophe. Let us tell our friends there, those who survived the catastrophe, that we are with them, we suffer with them, and we need their courage and their perseverance to maintain our hope. During the war in Vietnam, I myself underwent many moments close to despair. The village of Tra Loc, near the demilitarized zone separating North and South Vietnam, was rebuilt by our Buddhist social workers after it had been destroyed by the American bombing, just because it had been temporarily occupied by the other side of the war. Our young monastic and lay workers rebuilt it, only to see it destroyed a second time. “Shall we rebuild it again?” our workers there asked. “Yes, we have to rebuild it,” I answered. The village of Tra Loc was destroyed five times, and we rebuilt it five times. We had to, because otherwise we could have allowed despair to overtake us. The young people came to me and asked, “Thay, do you think that the war will end someday?” We did not see any sign telling us that the war was ending. We could not yet see the end of the tunnel. But in order to protect us from despair, I said, “Dear ones, the Buddha said everything is impermanent. The war is also impermanent. It cannot last forever. It will end someday. So let us trust in the Buddha.” Dear brothers and sisters, please do not lose hope. We are aware that you are doing your best. Not only for you, but for your children, for your people, and also for us. We also need hope. Your courage and your compassion will help us retain our humanity and our hope. The situation is really difficult. But the world is with you. We are with you. The tsunami hit us all. You are the flame at the tip of the candle. It is hot. That heat reminds us all that mother Earth is calling for help. And you shine the light for all of us. We need the light in order not to be drawn into the realm of darkness and forgetfulness. You are children of the Buddha, children of God. Please allow your compassion and courage to be your guide. We need you. And we try to be present for you in every way we can. Dear brothers and sisters everywhere, please come back to your breath. Let us breathe mindfully to be aware of what is going on, and try our best to preserve our humanness. Thich Nhat Hanh
By: Thich Nhat Hanh

Shared by “April”