In July 2019, mindfulness teacher Frank Ostaseski suffered a serious stroke that affected his brain’s capacity. In the ensuing two months he had four more strokes, and as many aspects of daily life became more difficult, Ostaseski found strength and refuge in love, compassion, and curiosity. “As we shift from a goal of recovery to one of discovery, our wisdom tells us we’ll need love and compassion for the journey,” he writes. Here, Ostaseski offers two short contemplations that call on both. Click here to read more…
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