“No matter how many times we finish a meal and wash the dishes, another meal brings more dishes. The practice is never complete. When we give up the notion that practice leads to something, we find a stack of dishes right in front of us. The stack of dishes is our practice. Whether those dishes consist of back bending, parenting, chopping wood or fixing a tire, this is our practice in the moment. To be fully in each moment, both stillness and action arise side by side. Practice moves back and forth between the two because [life] is nothing more than what’s happening right here and right now.” – Michael Stone
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