integrating edges

Piglet noticed that even

though he had a very small heart,

it could hold a rather

large amount of gratitude.

~A.A. Milne

why do we forget how lovely it is?

inquiry for today~ may you too, know sweet release…..

from the sun and moon

A quality of mature spirituality is self-acceptance, rather than guilt, blame, or shame for the ignorant acts we’ve committed or the fears that still remain within us.

It understands that inner opening requires the warm sun of loving-kindness. In deep self-acceptance grows a compassionate understanding. We are asked to touch with mercy the parts of ourself that we have denied, cut off, or isolated.

Mature spirituality is a reflection of our deep gratitude and capacity for forgiveness.

~Jack Kornfield

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