A day for miracles


A day like today into the buddhist world, there’s a celebration named Chötrul Duchen (in tibetan language means “Great Day of Miraculous Manifestations“). Knowing too as Butter Lamp Festival. That’s one of the four most remarkable celebrations in all buddhist lineages and, according the ancient traditions, all our merits and benefits being good people and following the “Dharma”, they will be exponentially multiplied for 100.000 millions blessings. Blessings which cleanse the karma and defeat obstacles to find your own realization.
I was a convinced buddhist for a lot of years in the past. I used to attend retreats, pujas, and teachings regularly. I even had the fortune to see His Holiness the Dalai Lama and ask him some question about Tibet in a couple of times. Of course, as a journalist, in a certain distance.
Through the years, my personal growth has redirected me to a mixture of many beliefs that I call Transcendentalists-humanists. More according with my logical mind, and non exactly religious actually, but intrinsically related with all spiritual.
But of all my emotional influences (Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Taoism, classical & quantum science from all angles of view…and Springsteen’s music, of course 😜) Buddhism is still one of my most important pillars in every single act of my life.
Therefore, a day like today; a day for miracles. Just in the middle of that sad consternations our world lives nowadays, I will dedicate my acts, thoughts and words to build a peaceful, prosperous and lucky Karma.  For you, for me, for everyone.
Best wishes.
Ian

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