Often we focus on all our personal goals and projects, and on what we have failed to accomplish with our own efforts, rather than opening our perspective to the tremendous richness and goodness that nature is offering us at all times, with no effort whatsoever. Maintaining an awareness of this ever-available goodness could bring far greater contentment and joy to our lives. 



~ His Holiness the 17th Karmapa 

 Day Four of Autumn Teachings: Benefitting Insightfully / September 18, 2010 



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