Mourning, Love

Upon updating my Gesture of Great Love post from weeks ago, and writing about Avilokitesvara, I’ve become thoughtful about the notion of mourning, and the way that, if allowed, mourning can make way for what I’ll call for now, transcendent tenderness. This may be related too, to what Trungpa Rinpoche called the genuine mind ofContinue reading “Mourning, Love”

great love

Reading a book titled Gesture of Great Love, the newest in the Time Space Knowledge series by Tarthang Tulku. It’s quite a different tone from TSK (my ‘favorite’), and Immediately and refreshingly arrives at the necessary urgent tone for our times. It somehow also has a friendly feeling, similar to a book given to meContinue reading “great love”