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The Monkey and the River

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February 29, 2020

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The Monkey and the River

Love, oneness, is no separation between you and life. It is a progressive letting go, a progressive not fault finding… It’s very beautiful and very deep.

– Ajahn Brahm –

The Monkey and the River

“The simplest and hardest thing to do each day is to be here –fully, completely, without turning away. There’s a story I love about a master who sends his apprentice to meditate by a river until he’s learned all the river has to say.” Mark Nepo shares more in this short piece. { read more }

Be The Change

In conversation with a friend or loved one, describe a time when you sat on the banks watching the river of life– and a time when you jumped in. Explore the difference in the two experiences.

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