October has brought about change to our Meditation Mornings Sangha. We leave our home in Pensby House and return to our old home, Russian House, still on the campus of Bryn Mawr College.
It’s sad to leave the comforts of Pensby House and the beautiful European-like change of the Bryn Mawr Campus that’s always in view as we meditate.
In Russian House we meditate in front of a glass wall that looks out on a massive and beautiful tree trunk. It can feel close enough to touch.
The move puts us in touch with Impermanence, which is the ever-changing nature of everything that is. This teaching leads us to understand that even the simple wish for stability leads to unhappiness.
Be the change!