Buddha described dharma practice as cultivating ‘anupadana’, non-clinging, the capacity to hold all experience lightly, loosely and lovingly.
Every moment, every experience, every relationship, every situation can benefit from us being more flexible and fluid, more curious, more relaxed.
As Ajahn Chah famously said: Let go a little and you’ll have a little peace. Let go a lot and you’ll have a lot of peace. Let go completely, and you’ll know complete peace, and freedom, here and now.
Amidst our personal and eco-socio-cultural challenges, we’ll spend this day loosening our grip on life, and cultivating an open-hearted attitude.