I’m determined to spread as many more seeds as I can, in part because Thomas cannot.
…as Buddhism teaches, nothing is permanent, not even spring and birthdays.
…how do we maintain our mindfulness and our wisdom amid real estate closings, tax season, and, oh yeah, grief?
Buddhism teaches that impermanence is a pre-configured part of life, but judging from our experience some lives and some times are more impermanent than others.
Thomas was a thinker and a writer who had not yet found a niche and an audience. I never expressed sufficient pride in his attempts, but I know he’d be proud of me now that I seem to be finding a niche of my own and an audience. His spirit lives on in this blog just as Sienna’s spirit lives on in the Tulsa Children’s Museum.