Daily Dharma

Equanimity is said to be an anchor. It protects you against the “worldly winds”—pleasure and pain, praise and blame, gain and loss, and fame and disrepute—by keeping you anchored so you’re not tossed about by those winds.

– Daisy Hernández, “The Noble Abode of Equanimity”
Subscribe Today
Tricycle is more than a magazine

Subscribe for access to video teachings, monthly films, e-books, and our 30-year archive.

Subscribe
Weekly Newsletter
The latest from Tricycle to your inbox and more
Donate Now

Tricycle is a nonprofit that depends on reader support. Help us share Buddhist teachings and practices by donating now.