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Lions Roar : January 2015
Why don’t we love ourselves? We may have a habit within ourselves of looking for happiness elsewhere than in the here and the now. We may lack the capac- ity to realize that happiness is possible in the here and now, that we already have enough conditions to be happy right now. To go home to the present moment, to take care of oneself, to get in touch with the wonders of life that are really available—that is already love. Love is to be kind to yourself, to be compassion- ate to yourself, to generate images of joy, and to look at every- one with eyes of equanimity and nondiscrimination. As you progress on the path of insight into non-self, the hap- piness brought to you by love will increase. When people love each other, the distinction, the limits, the frontier between them begins to dissolve, and they become one with the person they love. There’s no longer any jealousy or anger, because if they are “I Will Be With You” SHAMBHALA SUN jANUAry 2015 50