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Lions Roar : January 2017
now? What values am I enacting with my choices? What values do I truly endorse? Values function as guiding principles; they are tools of nav- igation in the tumultuous sea of our human life. They help us discern who we want to be and how we want to live. Unlike vows, values are not upheld or broken. Unlike goals, values are not met, obtained, accomplished, or finished. They are beyond success or failure. They are simply lived, as best we can. One of the great gifts of Buddhist meditation is that it strengthens our capacity to be choicefully present in our lives—to live by intention rather than being buffeted about by inner reac- tivity or outer circumstances. Over time, meditation can help us see when we are enacting values we don’t actually endorse. ILLUSTRATION:DAVIDLYONS/ALAMY 59