Oct 5 - Meditation

The Story of Two Wolves

An old Cherokee Indian chief was teaching his grandson about life.

“A fight is going on inside me,” he told the young boy, “a fight between two wolves.

One is evil, full of anger, sorrow, regret, greed, self-pity and false pride.

The other is good, full of joy, peace, love, humility, kindness and faith.”

“This same fight is going on inside of you, grandson…and inside of every other person on the face of this earth.”

The grandson ponders this for a moment and then asks, “Grandfather, which wolf will win?”

The old man smiled and simply said, “The one you feed.”

When meditating our thoughts loose power over our mind, as just like a thieves entering an empty house, they have nothing to steal but emptyness and just leave.

“Touch your inner space, which is nothingness, as silent and empty as the sky; it is your inner sky. Once you settle down in your inner sky, you have come home, and a great maturity arises in your actions, in your behavior. Then whatever you do has grace in it. Then whatever you do is a poetry in itself. You live poetry; your walking becomes dancing, your silence becomes music.” ~Osho

Life is so much simpler, when you stop trying to explain yourself to others and just live your life and do what works for you. "Not everyone will understand the path you are on, but remember that you are here to live your life and not to make others understand."

“True detachment isn’t separation from life but the absolute freedom within your mind to explore everything with no limits.”

The first to apologize is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first to forget is the happiest.

"When we judge someone, it means we are just not willing to invest the time it takes to understand them with empathy."

Humility is the ladder to divine understanding.

"The gentle outlast the strong, the obscure outlast the obvious." - Taoist classic Dao De Jing "The book of the way."- Lao Tzu

“Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking more than you need.” — Khalil Gibran

“Falling is easier than rising.” Irish Saying Sucess is falling 7 times and getting up 8

“True detachment isn’t separation from life but the absolute freedom within your mind to explore everything with no limits.”