“Think One, Not What’s Lost”
Little Austin who showed his schoolmates that he could do what they thought he could not was a real inspiration. It’s more than courage, it is being enlightened by loss and discrimination.Instead of mourning over what cannot be done, think what can be done at the moment.
“Use of No Use is Great Use.”
Our hearts cry for those who lost loved ones in Belgium’s terrorist attacks.May we all find consolation in Chuang Tzu’s teachings on death and loss.
“What we exhaust is the firewood,
it’s the fire that passes on.
It knows no end.”
“Life and death is a matter of destiny,
just like day and night
is the law of the universe”.
“Let things change naturally
to cope with the unforeseeable change.
Go along with the change predestined. ”
“Life and Death are One.”
How would I know I wouldn’t regret longing to live after I die?
“Everything has a reason for being so.”
Violinist’s touching article on Four Weddings & a Funeral.http://bit.ly/1jqQNhB
“Nature gives us form,
belabors us with living,
eases us with old age
and lets us rest with death.
Therefore if life is good,
death is good as well.”