Loved your work and inspiration to us all !
Breate and smile
We do not know one another, but now in my heart, I do.
I was moved to tears.
As a mother whose children do not time it call , please continue to call your
Father if he is still alive.
His soul was splintered when in ignorance, he beat you and your mother.
He needs your forgiveness in order to heal.
May you be well. May you be happy . May you be safe.
i think the men like your father are like the kalahari desert men………they are so important to ireland and so encroached upon in the trauma and buying up of land space time and so on that is our new ireland our eurpoean ireland……..this is a beautiful story – thankyou
Thank you so much for sharing your very inspiring story. It is so good to hear that you are practising mindful breathing. I have never met Thay in person but I have read a lot of Thay’s books and now I watch Thay’s dharma talks on YouTube whenever I get a chance. I aspire to practise compassionate listening.
Warmest regards and best of wishes to you and your uncle
Joanne, Sydney, Australia
Thank you so much for sharing you incredible story. Your words have given my heart strength. We can transform our suffering. We can learn to direct love, joy, compassion and equinamity towards ourselves, and others. Thank you friend. With
Thank you for your beautiful and inspiring story.
Hello, Friends. Happy Farm caught my attention because I had been told that Plum Village now served vegan food only. I see mention of animals and in the video, glimpsed eggs, if quickly. If animals or their products are used, then more peace and more happiness are possible. If vegan farming has been tried and didn’t work for you who want peace and happiness so much, will you please say why?
A lotus for you as well.
Thank you deeply for your sharing. You are a beautiful human being!
Thank you. I look forward to meeting you and your uncle in Summer
As long as we are consumed with our everyday problems–distress, regrets about the past or constant worries about the future–we cannot be free person; we are not able to live in the here and now. — Thich Nhat Hanh
As long as we are consumed with our everyday problems–distress, regrets about the past or constant worries about the future–we cannot be free person; we are not able to live in the here and now.