Blessing must arise from within your own mind. It is not something that comes from outside. When the positive qualities of your mind increase and the negativities decrease, that is what blessing means. The Tibetan word for blessing … means transforming into magnificent potential. Therefore, blessing refers to the development of virtuous qualities you did not previously have and the improvement of those good qualities you have already developed.
― Dalai Lama XIV
Monday, April 13, 2020
I live in the world of my vision. Today’s meditation shows us how to remain rooted in your vision of hope, constantly viewing change as a welcome source of renewal.
Hope Holds the Future of the World
Even though the world will always be unpredictable and filled with uncertainty, we can choose how we react to that. Uncertainty doesn’t mean we need to be fearful. Today’s meditation shows us how to remain rooted in your vision of hope, constantly viewing change as a welcome source of renewal. As we learn to live in ever-present awareness, we are one with the infinite creativity of life itself.
Our centering thought for today is: I live in the world of my vision.
“Hope is not dead, it is just larger than our imaginations: its purpose extending far beyond our comprehension.” – Kathy Hobaugh