Have your plans ever worked out exactly as you’d hoped? Toni Bernhard explains how to dance through life’s complications.
“There are no human enemies,” says Sylvia Boorstein, “only confused people needing help.”
At her grandfather’s grave, Rachel Neumann’s anger erupted, but who was there to yell at in those long-buried remains?
Praise and blame are like echoes that don’t ultimately exist, explains Rose Taylor. But we still have to know how to work with it.
“When we decide not to blame,” says Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, “the world opens up. We begin to appreciate the peculiarities of life. We become more imaginative and able to discover creative ways of moving forward.”