A saint who visited the river Ganges to take a bath, came across a group of family members who were shouting at each other in anger. The saint turned to his diciples with a smile, “Why do people who are angry shout at each other?” After a little while one diciple said, “Because we lose - Read More -
Upon meeting a Zen master at a social event, a psychiatrist decided to ask him a question that had been on his mind. “Exactly how do you help people?” he asked. “I get them where they can’t ask any more questions,” the Master answered. -Zen story — I understand from my parents that I was - Read More -
I recently enjoyed a good laugh from a reader who sent me a message (thanks for reading and writing in!) after they read the Songs of Mira post. The message was, “Selena, do you hate men?” hahahahaha Let me assure you that nothing could be further from the truth! Now, I’ve been called a feminist before (haha!)…but - Read More -
If you love a flower, don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies, and it ceases to be what you love. Love is not about possession. Love is about appreciation. -Osho I appreciate this wisdom from Osho so much. It seems that so often in relationships, people create this concept of possession. - Read More -
Living with that guy, how could you have not gone nuts; I bet he even lied, the coward. I know why God comes to this earth as a man, in hopes of redeeming that gender. God knows he owes us women – big time, for the way those brutes usually act. – Mira Mira - Read More -
My dear friend/hair-stylist/life-coach (haha!) shared this image with me this morning (Thanks, V! ;)…she said it reminded her of us…Lol! Love!! :) This image is so wonderful and beautiful…and made me smile so much that it begged to be shared! I hope that you enjoy it too :) Photo source: joy :)!
The ego is a monkey catapulting through the jungle: Totally fascinated with the realm of the senses, it swings from one desire to the next, one conflict to the next, one self-centered idea to the next. If you threaten it, it actually fears for its life. Let this monkey go. Let the senses go. - Read More -
When reality is perceived in its nature of ultimate perfection, the practitioner has reached a level of wisdom called non-discrimination mind — a wondrous communion in which there is no longer any distinction made between subject and object. -Thich Nhat Hahn Photo source: all of the lights