Daily Dharma

Our potential for equanimity can be modeled in and learned from the love parents show children. Listen to the person in traffic, the person who smiles, the person who never glances our way. Listen for the echoes of your crying child. What does she need? Go to her. Pick her up. Wrap her in your acceptance and rock her to sleep.
– Sarah Aceto, “As If I Were Your Mother”
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