Sunday, August 10, 2014

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Sitting with Anger | August 10, 2014

Like a forest fire, anger tends to burn up its own support. If we jump down into the middle of such a fire, we will have little chance of putting it out, but if we create a clearing around the edges, the fire can burn itself out. This is the role of meditation: creating a clearing around the margins of anger.
- Mark Epstein, “I’ve Been Meditating for Ten Years, and I’m Still Angry. What’s the Matter with Me?”

Flower of the Day: 08/10/14

“I have encouraged you to face life's challenges as opportunities for growth. Regardless of the challenge, there is always something to learn. The more a negative situation repeats itself, the greater is the lesson that it has to offer, and the greater is your inability to deal with what must be learned.”
Sri Prem Baba

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