Ever since man learned to see more than his eyes perceived, he has given sacred meanings to natural phenomena. This tree in the Tsavo National Park in Kenya – the so-called Tree of Life – is a beautiful example.
I am in dilemma whether in this world there is food more than we required or we are running out of our food.
According to an important Buddhist scripture, the Dhammapada, on one occasion the Buddha spoke: “Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think.”
Often it’s hard to fully realize what you have until you lose it. As long as life is going smoothly you’re never forced to stop and think about it, but when life gets tough you remember how easy it used to be.