Sarcasm + a Buddist Metta

fragile ego

words cutting
working to retain equilibrium
appreciating the good
while discarding the hurtful.

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note: I deleted yesterday’s post…so sloppy that a critic let me have it. Sigh!!

I loved these thoughts. Pia at Courting Destiny submitted this today on Face Book. A Buddhist Metta:

Pia Savage

I got this from my cousin Gena: METTA: The Buddhist tradition has a loving kindness meditation called “Metta” where first you wish for yourself, then someone you care about, and then someone you hold in judgment…

“May you be at peace.
May your heart remain open.
May you awaken to the light of your own true nature.
May you be healed.

May you be a source of healing for all beings.”

Thank you so much Pia!

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