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Buddhadharma : Fall 2017
THE DHARMA is supposed to make our lives happier and less encumbered. “Feeders on joy shall we be,” as the Buddha said. The dharma should be like yeast in the heavy dough of our everyday existence, making our days lighter and more digestible. So when our practice becomes yet another rock in the rucksack of life, making everything seem heavier and more stressful, something isn’t working properly. We need to encourage ourselves and our fellow practitioners to lighten up and stop taking ourselves so seriously. — Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo | Buddhadharma, Spring 2011 If You Meet the Buddha in the Road, 2000 by Amir Rosenblatt last thought