“I do not believe in a fate that falls on men however they act; but I do believe in a fate that falls on them unless they act.”
Many of my long-time readers may know that back in January of 2008, I posed the question: Was Buddha a Schmuck for leaving his family to find enlightenment? Aside from what I believe to be a poor parenting decision, Buddha’s contribution to our spiritual lives has been immense.
Here, he’s asking if we’re taking the actions we need to in order to create the life we really want. Are we teahing our kids to do the same? Or are we playing it safe, waiting until “tomorrow,” to take action where it’s needed?
Our future is contingent on the actions we take today. Whether we realize it or not, our children are watching us closely. What are they learning?
And remember, you are not alone …