A Close Encounter with Thich Nhat Hanh

Originally published here by Daniel Tomasulo, PH.D. (www.psychcentral.com/)

rocks-butterfly-sunset-bigst1-e1379383495615“I was eating my California wrap outside at a local coffee shop in Boston when without reason I began to weep. Tears began rolling down my face, which made me feel as if I were sitting in a steady rain. It was as if my eyes had suddenly sprung a leak or a nearby sprinkler had found me.

“Initially I didn’t have any feeling, but within seconds after the tears began like a fountain, I felt what seemed like an inconsolable pain — a deep sorrow that grew in intensity. It was as profound and moving as any emotion I’ve ever had.
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