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Why do we blog? At Sangha Without Borders, we feel it is important to provide you with resources, as well as a place for sharing. Our blogs include meditation scripts, poetry, prayers, readings for reflection, and spiritual talks. Our blog also provides a place to post your stories as a guest blogger. Community is very important to us, and we see our blog page as a place where community can come together and share; not only treasured readings and poetry, but also experiences. As unique individuals on a similar path, we all have our own insights and perspectives to contribute.

Sharing your personal experiences on the blog, provides the opportunity for others to read your story and perhaps find some encouragement or guidance that is useful in their own lives and circumstances. It can also provide comfort, a feeling of relatedness and the reassurance that none of us are ever alone. Blogging is a small way to make a big difference for the other members of the Sangha Without Borders community.

In addition, what you may not know, is that your blogging helps us to physically grow this community. Interactive blogging is directly related to how we grow and interact with more and more Sangha around the globe. This provides more opportunity for sharing wisdom, love and guidance. Interactive blogging creates a circle of positive reciprocity. Everyone gives, and everyone receives. When everyone is giving and receiving, there is balance. There is appreciation. There is love.

As it is in any community, Sangha Without Borders cannot exist without you. Your wisdom, your perspective, your insight and your willingness to share them make all the difference.
Thank you, sincerely, for your blog contributions.

January 18, 2017

The quieter you become, 

the more you can hear.

All it takes

is a shift of consciousness,

to e...

December 21, 2016

This poem was written by Mary Oliver

I don't know where prayers go,

     or what they do....

September 14, 2016

(Photo by Donald Francis Micallef)

We can choose how we want to be 
and we are entirely fre...

August 10, 2016

We pray

To study what we are

To not lose ourselves in the world,

To work at our own salvation...

As a child,

I was bewildered.

Toys quickly became of no interest. 

What good are toys I ponde...

Is an illusion,
Time and space,
imaginary lines.
When you love someone,
Borders m...

June 6, 2016

i thank You God for most this amazing

day: for the leaping greenly spirits of trees


June 4, 2016

To the girl who lives beneath the furrowing brow,
the heart held tensely in a rib-cage of...

June 1, 2016

Curiosity: seed
that turns the world
into what

we are
by those who
were told
by still...

We all suffer

This is the first noble truth
so we must recognize
and accept the reality


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Sangha Without Borders is currently physically located in London, UK