Bliss born out of stillness

Look inside you, learn to be still, stay and start to care of refine phenomenon like inner silence, the deep vicinity inside you, it’s as deep as the depth of seas……. the deeper you go, the more beautiful experience it becomes, more joy you absorb .
Happily  residing  in the inner beatific silence, mind naturally penetrates deeper into this peaceful, tranquil voyage, caused by not by mere kind of worldly means, staying upon blissful silent  present moment, then awareness of extremely refine breath arises, rinsing from deep within like the first ray of Sun light gloriously taking away darkness of night; it rises and then stop for a steady fall, mind with superpowerful awareness, watches it’s movement as closely as the mother watches the first glimpse of her child, filled with boundless joy, yet neither wants to hold her forever nor crave for more! Contended and letting things be, without a movement……..
The beautiful breath makes it’s turn back, falling like waterfall back to its mother ocean, reconciling with its being, doer has been long gone; only the  knowing remains, mind as still as it still water that could encounter even an insect moving on its surface……………………  yet it’s just the beginning of the inner journey,………..



A True Friend by buddha


“Monks, a friend endowed with seven qualities is worth associating with. Which seven? He gives what is hard to give. He does what is hard to do. He endures what is hard to endure. He reveals his secrets to you. He keeps your secrets. When misfortunes strike, he doesn’t abandon you. When you’re down & out, he doesn’t look down on you. A friend endowed with these seven qualities is worth associating with.”

He gives what is beautiful,
hard to give,
does what is hard to do,
endures painful, ill-spoken words.

His secrets he tells you,
your secrets he keeps.

When misfortunes strike,
he doesn’t abandon you;
when you’re down & out,
doesn’t look down on you.
A person in whom these traits are found,
is a friend to be cultivated
by anyone wanting a friend.

AN 7.35 PTS: A iv 31
translated from Pali by Ven. Thanissaro Bhikkhu 


If beings knew, as I know, the results of giving & sharing, they would not eat without having given, nor would the stain of miserliness overcome their minds. Even if it were their last bite, their last mouthful, they would not eat without having shared, if there were someone to receive their gift. But because beings do not know, as I kn
ow, the results of giving & sharing, they eat without having given. The stain of miserliness overcomes their minds.”


— The Buddha, in the Itivuttaka (Iti 26), of the Pali Canon