Okay, mothers (and people with mothers) this one is for you! A talk by the Dalai Lama inspires a meditation on the Divine Mother and our own humanly imperfect mothers. What does the great Buddhist leader say about his own mother? And how can mothers, who are plagued by the awful tyranny of the immediate, jobs that are much less than profound, and squabbling children, find and teach deep compassion?
Spiritual food for mothers who often don't get a chance to eat in peace! And for all of us who work with our own mothers and a deeping out of the limited idea of ONLY a "father" god.
From the archives of The Agape Journal, this is one of my favorite musings on the motherly expression of God.
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