Best of PONDER on THIS for Friday, January 2nd, 2015 by Dan Millman in EVERYDAY ENLIGHTENMENT

Sorry, forgot to publish this last Thursday night!

“The greatest challenge in life, in spiritual practice, or in any field of endeavor is how to turn what we know into what we actually DO. It can take years to consistently live according to what we have learned. In sports, we may understand how to swing at a ball, or shoot a basket, or do a somersault long before we can actually perform it. This is also true in the skills of everyday life.

We practice, we make mistakes, see the results, and practice more – until we begin to make fewer or smaller mistakes. This is the process of bringing wisdom to life through action, whether learning to breathe deeply, or to behave with kindness and compassion.”

Dan Millman, in “Everyday Enlightenment”

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