Interview with the Council on the Uncertain Human Future

Lama Willa was interviewed by the Council on the Uncertain Human Future in northern New Mexico in February 2016.

There is more than enough in this moment to fill our human heart with joy and with gratitude and with wonder. Right now. So the pause gives us the space to discover that maybe all the things we’ve been looking for and seeking are not any further than this present moment. There is power in the pause.

 

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