CT meditates: a comedy (29). Impermanence

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http://walkingonsacredground.com/impermanence/

FOR THE END OF THE YEAR. Let go.

In the Book of Joy page 249. Impermanence, the Dalai Lama reminds us, is the nature of life.

All things are slipping away, and there is a real danger of wasting our precious human life. Gratitude helps us catalog, celebrate, and rejoice in each day and each moment before they slip through the vanishing hourglass of experience.

Remember: those coming on the journey: 3 minutes of meditation every day! I’m holding both of us accountable to this important habit!

CMIO’s take? No take. Just give. Let it be. Be present. Be grateful. Spread compassion. Have a great new year.

Author: CT Lin

CMIO, UCHealth (Colorado); Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine

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