In each moment, we can use our free will to take a non-dual, compassionate view or submit to the karma that tends to pull us toward self-and-other.
If I can live on in bliss by doing good, that’s acceptable to me. I’ll take it.
I have a story to tell you today about attachment, aversion, karma and a grand piano. I’ll leave the interpretation up to you.
…in the United States I think we are all blessed, or cursed, by strains of the Prosperity Gospel, the idea that our status, health and wealth come to us because God rewards the right faith and punishes those who lack it.
Just as economic inequality can get way out of balance, so too can global karma.
What if we’re all perfect (absolutely perfect) just the way we are, and we each fit into the world perfectly, making the world perfect just the way it is?