A classic tale of beauty triumphing over delusions and cynicism

I know this is old news but it is a classic and classics can be repeated…

See if you can watch it without smiling.

It reminds me of our Buddha nature, how it remains immutable, this potential we always have for perfect happiness, goodness, wisdom, purity, kindness… It is currently wrapped in the rags of our delusions, doubts and negativity, but every now and then it shines through, and we feel blissful, free and completely connected. Even if it is only for a few moments, it gives us hope that there is more to come.

What I’m up to with this blog

This blog was originally intended for a few friends, family and me. Mainly me. I thought it would beat writing down my musings in a scrappy old notebook, even one with this picture on the front …

But I came to the conclusion, over the past couple of months, that we needed more Kadampa bloggers. I know they are out there, waiting. So this blog has become an invitation. Don’t leave me alone on this big world wide web!

If you want to write just a little something but don’t want to start a blog, you can send me your guest article. If it seems like a good idea, I’ll put it on this blog.

Or just use the comments section, that works, and it is handy for a blogger to have feedback!

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See also Where are the Kadampas?

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