Steve and I drove by the Seniors from the Redwoods last night. They were out in strength for peace. They waved and we waved. They are active in the pursuit, in the living of, and being peace.
What I learned so strongly in this cancer treatment, is that saying I am for peace is not being peace. Judging the "other side" is not peace. Unifying the differences in myself is peace.
Thich Nhat Hanh speaks of being mindful 24 hours a day. Now, that I am re-gaining a mind to fill, I am hoping to live more firmly in the balance of peace in myself, and in the expansion of being. I see it as like living and swimming the breast stroke through air. How much space can I clear and plant with ease?
That is my intention of the night.