“I live in constant meditation, and if a thought should ever show up as anything less than goodness, I know that it would spill over to other people as confusion, and those other people are me. My job is to enlighten myself to that, and to love the spent rose, the sound of the traffic, the litter on the ground, and the literrer who gives me my world. I pick up the litter, do the dishes, sweep the floor, wipe the baby’s nose, and question anything that would cost me the awareness of my true nature. There’s nothing kinder than nothing.”
– Byron Katie, A Thousand Names for Joy (chpt 64)
Hey hey! Here’s the #ReadingWithLove replay from last week!
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