Quieting the Mind | Patheos

“It’s so hard to become quiet and still in a busy world.

Some people come to meditation to find that stillness.

People have a hard time sometimes. It’s a busy world and sometimes people don’t want to think about adding another thing to their to do list.

But that’s because they aren’t thinking about the benefits….”

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About Daniel Scharpenburg

Daniel Scharpenburg is an independent dharma teacher living in Kansas City. He gives online teachings through the Open Heart Project. He also runs the Monday Night Zen Group at the Rime Buddhist Center. His writing has appeared in Lion's Roar, Patheos, Tattooed Buddha, and Elephant Journal.

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