Tag Archives: compassion

Whilst I was Painting

Whilst I was painting I let my thoughts flow freely, Didn’t pause to stop them, Didn’t interject with unkindness, I let them drift across the canvas, And bring to light the colours of my mind. I sat at night, A … Continue reading

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3 years of Buddhist practice!

Reflections on three year of Dharma This month marks three years of my Buddhist practise. In many of my personal reflective pieces I focus on what has not changed in my life, or what needs to change. When it comes … Continue reading

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A Bit of Kindness in the Capital

A walk through the capital Sunshine city walk, Concrete trees as scenery, Country withdrawal. Welcoming a newcomer I gave a smile, No smile passed back to me, A boundryless gift.

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Death on the first day of spring: A reflection on mindfulness and compassion

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about compassion and mindfulness. I’ve found that mindfulness is a great tool for helping to cultivate compassion. Being fully aware of the textures, tastes, odours and colours of the world has I believe … Continue reading

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