Fri, 20 December 2013
Today, we invite you to listen to a sharing given by Brother Phap Ho at a recent Day of Mindfulness. He invites us to join with the great activists of our time. To clarify our volition for our lives, to be courageous with our actions, and to live in a way that cultivates compassion. He reminds us that we need to take care with our senses as we go through this world. We all have suffering that needs to be acknowledged and cared for. We need time and space in order to transform our suffering, to turn the compost of our lives. The sweet fruit of our practice will manifest as we diligently walk this path together.
As Deer Park Monastery enters their winter retreat, the Dharmacast will also take a break for the holidays. Podcasts will start again on January 17th. We invite you to enjoy this time to retreat as well. Brother Phap Ho gives some suggestions on how you can take a mini-retreat at home. Or you can delve into the many archived podcasts available on our website.
Remember, the Dharmacast is always here for you at dpcast.net, on Facebook, iTunes and Twitter. Now, enjoy this moment to stop and look deeply.
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