by Mike Sliwa, The Good Men Project, June 4, 2017
A respectful call to our Buddhist friends, teachers, and guides who remain emotionally and physically attached to such a global catastrophe.
New Mexico, USA -- Within our industrial civilization, the pace of life is overwhelmingly fast. Many (probably most, if we’re honest) are addicted to constant outside stimulus. One fleeting moment arises as we unsuccessfully cling to the last. Reaching for the next distraction, and the next, and the next, we look for stability, searching for permanence. The ephemeral, ironically, becomes an attachment to “things”.