Today’s message from Tricycle: The Buddhist Review is:
If meditation is a priority, then it’s helpful to take that word literally and put meditation first. An example would be my rule of not turning on the computer before I’ve meditated. Simple, but effective. Probably the most trenchant advice I ever heard was in eight words from Suzuki Roshi: ‘Organize your life so you can sit well.’—David Schneider
My three-month contract job ends this Friday, with another week later in May to tie up loose ends.
I’m looking forward to rearranging my days around my agenda. My sitting practice has been intermittent for the last few months.
I like this: meditate before turning the computer on. I think I’ll adopt it.