The Inifite Potential Within--ZenMoon

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The Inifite Potential Within--ZenMoon

The Infinite Potential Within

I recently came across a video comparing the size of various planets and stars. We are indeed such minuscule physical creatures on a humble planet in the vast universe. Our lifetime is finite and brief, yet we injudiciously let time slip away. All is transitory and passing in this Karmic world. It makes me think of how we toil, struggle and step-on each other to “get ahead” and to “achieve” insignificant and inconsequential physical and materialist gains. We ignore our the spiritual murmur within. Wastefully, we ignorantly fail to realise our infinite spiritual potential. 

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"We are indeed such minuscule physical creatures on humble planet in the vast universe."


All is transitory and passing in this Karmic world. There is nothing absolute or timeless in this dualistic Karmic realm. I feel that it is never too late to refocus and re-evaluate the life path. Make the change now by living in the Dharma with Compassion to cease further Karmic entanglements. I believe we are each capable of Enlightenment. After all, we each have the seed of Buddhahood within. 

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"We each have the seed of Buddhahood within."


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 March 25, 2015


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