The more we can embrace the impermanence of life, the easier it is to let go.
On the surface, a day when we restrict our sensory pleasures and spend all day in services, much of it standing, hardly seems like a day of freedom.
The best medicine doesn’t come in a bottle.
The most essential freedoms we can receive to aid in our pursuit of happiness don’t need to be legislated by Congress. We can gift them to ourselves and others.
The biggest obstacles to your happiness are within you, and you can free yourself from them at any time.
Turns out that En Vogue was right. Free your mind, and the rest will follow.
Only by slowing down can we taste the bitterness of our enslavement and break the patterns that hold us back.