“I have come to trust that I am part of something so wondrous and mysterious and enormous. And it’s not me who is taking care of it. My job is to become in harmony with this and let my love my voice my connection my vision come out of that.” – Jack Kornfield
Jack weaves a tender web of allegorical expression regarding our natural call toward compassionate action. We learn to not seek satisfaction in the results, but in the value, rightness and truth of the work itself. We can’t bring the rain, but we can offer to plant the seeds of our heart’s best intentions. A spacious meditation closes the talk, in which we are invited to uncover our own unique Bodhisattva vow.
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