September 16, 2009

Standing in Line

As an experiment, the next time you are doing an errand, stuck in traffic, or standing in line at the supermarket, instead of being preoccupied with where you’re going or what needs to be done, take a moment to simply send loving wishes to all those around you.  Often, there is an immediate and very remarkable shift as we feel more connected and present.

- Joseph Goldstein, from “Triumph of the Heart,” Tricycle, Spring 2008

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what's picture

Advice from a guy who has never had a real job.

Iljin's picture

I'll try that next time I'm waiting at a bus stop....

Cameron's picture

Words of widsom.

Marka Danielle's picture

oops, wrong web address attached previously, sorry!

Marka Danielle's picture

I love this website! I mean really, This is so simple anyone can do it! No matter what the "extenuating" circumstances might be...
Just simply take a deep breath, and SMILE!!