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When Hugs Become a Religious Experience, Top U.S. Lawmakers Meet with Dalai Lama, The Glass is Alway Full Even if You’re a Pessimist…

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Today’s Teaching:

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“We can fulfill all our deepest yearnings with our willing commitment to heal our own split mind. Now, more than ever, it is possible – and indeed inevitable! – that human consciousness will eventually wake up, thus creating an experience of Heaven on earth.”

From: Take Me To Truth: Undoing the Ego
By Nouk Sanchez and Tomas Vieira


Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Loren-Paul Caplin: When Hugs Become a Religious Experience
“I’m a hugger. Giant noble trees, people, fuzzy animals — bring’em on, I’ll hug ’em. Not always though. I’ve got to like them first. I need to sense their innate goodness. But isn’t that really most living things? Someone once said that a hug is like a handshake from the heart. And for me, that’s absolutely true.”

2. Gabe LaMonica: Top U.S. Lawmakers Meet with Dalai Lama
“Meeting with top U.S. lawmakers a day after his 76th birthday, the Dalai Lama cited the principle of church-state separation in his recent decision to step down as the political head of an exiled movement.”

3. Arnie Kozak: The Glass is Alway Full Even if You’re a Pessimist
“Folk wisdom asks if the glass is half-empty or half-full. The optimist sees it as half-full, focusing on the positive; the pessimist sees it as half-empty, focusing on the negative. Yet, if you really think about it, the glass is always full — full of water and air…”

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