There’s no rule that says, “You must get upset when you get caught in the rain with groceries.” And there’s no rule that says we have to be thrilled about it either.
I love life, and I’m learning to love myself only because I don’t take either of those things seriously. I could die right now; it doesn’t matter to me. I’m just an image, my whole life is pure imagination. These words, this house, the big sky outside and all of these thoughts and feelings based … Continue reading Is Buddhism Supposed to be Fun (TTB Article)
Newest piece I wrote for The Tattooed Buddha on 1) the benefits of inactivity, and 2) how harmful it is to fill every empty moment of our lives with something. Growing Strong by Doing Nothing: Enduring Silence & Solitude
So, this was awesome. We got to sit down with the author of the books Zen Confidential and Single White Monk, Shozan Jack Haubner. http://thetattooedbuddha.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/TTB-Podcast-Jack-Haubner.mp3 I love working with The Tattooed Buddha. It's amazing how much it's become a part of my life.
So, The Tattooed Buddha (the publication I write for) has a challenge going called Living the 8. The Noble Eightfold Path isn't as easy as it looks. We've asked writers and readers to dive right into it, trying their best to practice it to a T. The communal part is that we're all sharing our … Continue reading Living the 8: An Everyday Guide to the Eightfold Path