I wish to be present in the moment.

I think he has a very valid point.

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I find strength winding its way from his words into my heart.

Perhaps that is the beginning of my defining moment.

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    1. I am going to go look in the local library for some of his works – I have always admired him – but never actually read some of his writings – time to do it I think. 🙂

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  1. I’m not religious, but at the same time I’m open and interested to learn and grow … The Dalai Lama’s teachings have brought me to tears a few times though … Very neat blog, Jo … Love, cat.

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  2. It is one thing, and not a small thing, to be wise and speak words of wisdom. It is quite another thing, to find those words of wisdom, and actually act on them. As difficult as it is to create the tools of wisdom, it is much more difficult, though ultimately much more rewarding, to find those tools and use them. Use them well my friend, you are worthy and I admire what you build.

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    1. Ahhh – Cap’n, I am only beginning to touch the very edges of anything near wisdom. Still so many paths to explore to find the truths that are my truths, and to know how to put them into use and action.
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  3. so much wisdom in his words – he is a man who never fails to touch my heart and make me re think my life.

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  4. I so agree… we should all take a leaf out of the Dalai Lama’s Book.. There is only ONE moment we ever live in.. and thats the NOW moment.. 🙂 We each of us forget the Gift in the now moment.. thats why its called the ‘Present’!!…

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