Enlightened Playing

When something we really, really want to do is adharmic…

I like to overindulge in sense pleasures.  My particular weakness is chocolate. What’s the big deal, right??  But I can’t stop at one square.  Now really, what difference does too much chocolate make?  What’s the big deal?  Well, at it’s core even that small defiance violates dharma and agitates my mind. It steels my freedom. Continue reading “When something we really, really want to do is adharmic…”

Enlightened Playing

Passionately dispassionate

As an avid tennis player, I find myself with an interesting conundrum – I know the game is only an apparent game and doesn’t matter in the slightest, and at the same time I really do play to win and care about the outcome.

I feel I have a responsibility to play to the best of my ability in order to give my opponent the chance to play to the best of their ability.

That's tennis dharma.

I’m passionate about winning….in a dispassionate way.