Buddha Doodles: Hard Pasts


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AJ’s Art Journal: May Flowers Line Your Path



We Live Unbound: An Inspiring Video About What’s Possible

So much is possible, if we’re willing to believe it.

That doesn’t mean we have no limitations beyond the ones we set in our mind; simply believing that something is possible doesn’t guarantee it will happen. But it does create the possibility that it could.

That’s what makes us feel alive: taking bold action toward possibility, knowing that the goal isn’t to control what will happen tomorrow. It’s to create a sense of freedom as we choose what will happen today.

Are you living unbound?

Buddha Doodles: Thoughts Are Harmless


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AJ’s Art Journal: Peace Comes from Within


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Flash Mob of Cancer Survivors: Closer to Free

I’m a huge fan of flash mobs. There’s something about a seemingly random, slow-building display of mass creativity and joy that never fails to make me smile. This one, featuring a group of cancer survivors and a children’s choir, gave me goosebumps. Beautiful voices. Beautiful spirit. Beautiful message of hope.

Dharma Comics: Grateful


Buddha Doodles: Feelings Come and Go


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Improv Everywhere: Seeing Eye People

What a concept…”Seeing Eye People” for texting and walking. Makes you think: Are you paying attention?

AJ’s Art Journal: Concentrate the Mind on the Present



Dharma Comics: Love Is a Puzzle



Perfection: A Short Film About the Pressure to Achieve

We push, and strive, and struggle, and succeed, and then want more of that. More of people approving of us. More of people expecting things from us, and us proving that we can deliver. We consent to play the game, to be our best or die trying. What would happen, though, if we decided to stop playing?

Buddha Doodles: Authentic Interaction


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AJ’s Art Journal: Imperfection Is Beauty



Jujitsuing Reality: Scott Lew Shares His Gift Without Speaking or Moving

He has ALS with severely limited mobility and expression, but screenwriter Scott Lew still does what he loves, creating stories and bringing them to life. He may have lost the use of most his muscles, but he can still access the most powerful one: his heart.

Dharma Comics: Pouring Love Over Everything



AJ’s Art Journal: Unlock Your Cage



Seconds: A Video About the Power of Each Tiny Choice

Each day consists of 86,400 seconds, each one containing countless options, possibilities, and decisions, of which only one can emerge. 86,400 seconds. This is one of them.

Buddha Doodles: Drop the Story


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Dharma Comics: Let Go