RICHES-POVERTY

“If you fall into poverty, live that way without grumbling – then your poverty will not burden you. Likewise, if you are rich, live with your riches. All this is the functioning of Buddha-nature. In short, Buddha-nature has the quality of infinite adaptability.”
― Philip KapleauThe Three Pillars of Zen: Teaching, Practice, and Enlightenment
I have been reading and studying “The Three Pillars of Zen” for many years. I consider this my Bible on how to live a virtuous life. I was blessed with this gift of the dharma and I will cherish it for eternity. If you are being led to pursue true Zen, please read this book first.

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About mountainsisters

WELCOME TO OUR BLOG WHERE WOMEN SHARE THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND CREATIVITY ON THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT. We are two women sharing our thoughts, reflections and creativity. Stormy My name is Stormy and I have spent the last 20 years working on my spiritual growth and enlightenment. I still have a long way to go, but with your help I know I’ll keep growing, learning and expanding. Shar My name is Shar and I am a meditation, yoga and Qigong practitioner. I love to cook. I am vegan. I love to walk in nature, sing, drum, play guitar, write and spend time with family and friends.

One response to “RICHES-POVERTY”

  1. Jane Johnson says :

    Adaptability. That and persistence have gotten me through life. Stormy

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