Tricycle Daily Dharma May 30, 2012
Breaking Through Resistance
Thinking and talking about practice are easy substitutes for the real effort that a practice life requires. We resist facing life as it is because that would mean abandoning our views of how we think it should be. The most basic form of resistance is wanting life to be other than it is.
- Ezra Bayda, "Breaking Through"
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