Robert Sachs

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The mounting cost

June 28, 2010

Tags: BP, Kindra Arneson, Robert Sachs, Barak Obama, Buddha at War

The disaster in the Gulf of Mexico keeps unfolding, like a slow motion nuclear explosion that will eventually leave behind an area that will not come to right in our lifetime.

I strongly advise friends to watch the video listed hear as this ordinary lady, Kindra Arneson, lays it on the line as it is. It graphically explains what I wrote about almost five weeks ago. This IS a global disaster, that needs to be met on all levels; thought, action, prayers.

With respect to prayer, in keeping with Dr. Emoto's prayer that you can see on YouTube, each of us needs to dig deep and recognize our participation in this event. Typing on this keyboard made of plastics, I am definitely complicit in the petroleum nightmare. And, if I or any of us is going to make a difference, confession and apology, and a commitment to be mindful, use less, appreciate more, and give back have to be aspects of the intent and action each of us needs to take.

To become a Buddha, you have to commit yourself to remaining awake. Once you make the commitment, you are on the path. And, wakefulness will slowly be surely become the only state of being that you can bear.


Selected Works

Medicine Buddha, Sangye Menla, Tibetan Medicine, Ayurveda
Helping to heal the Three Poisons that are the root of all our illnesses and suffering...
Autobiography, Philosophy, Self Help
A moving story that inspired Robert to put in print many insights and practices to help each of us to die more consciously and at peace.
Self-help, spirituality, Buddhism, death, dying, and bereavement
Shows how we can embrace dying and death with greater clarity, wisdom, power, and joy.
Astrology, Personal Growth
A system of astrology used over the centiries in Tibet, Japan, and China - easy to calculate, but profound in its possible applications for all facets of life.
Relationships/Self Help
A must for anyone seeking to practice the profound path of intimate relationships.
--Tsultrim Allione, author
Self-help, spirituality, Buddhism, relationships, marriage
Addressing the challenges to and rewards of developing deep love and cultivating lasting relationships
Current Affairs
Practical and transcendental wisdom that every concerned citizen and social and political activist needs to hear.