From Already Broken a Dharma talk given March 31st, 2019 at the Salt Lake Buddhist Fellowship.

 

"Without an intimacy with impermanence, our whole lives are spent in what we can do or will do tomorrow or we spend time worrying about the past, not living in the here and now. The problem is that we think we have time. We don't. Living without an intimacy with impermanence, our lives lack a deep transformative gratitude and in its place, there is a subtle but stifling entitlement. Somehow we think that we are entitled to tomorrow. We are not. Without intimacy with impermanence, we take tomorrow for granted. How foolish we can be."

 

Christopher Kakuyo Sensei

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