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It happens all the time. Life gets hectic. A meditator falls off the cushion. Here's a story about one who tried to find his way back on.
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[...] Tricycle » Falling off the cushion www.tricycle.com/blog/?p=1426 – view page – cached Posted by James Shaheen in : Buddhism, General, Meditation , trackback — From the page [...]
From the Tricycle article linked to, here is the photo credit (^_^):
Image: © Jean-Paul Bourdier, land art, no title
I appreciate the author's honesty, and I trust the process for him.
May I suggest you list a photo credit when you post images? It's good to credit creators and image sources.
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