Meditation: May You Be Well

As I ride public transportation in Los Angeles, it’s engaging to watch how people encounter one another.  There’s a particular homeless man who works the metro cars begging for money.  What’s engaging about him is that he goes through the metro cars dispensing blessings.  Some people give him money and others don’t.  Unlike some beggars, regardless of the response of the passengers, he offers them a blessing.  “God bless you” he repeats.  This is said kindly, gently, and with a smile.  His face aglow with sincerity as he looks intently at each person. In the often impersonal world of Los Angeles public transit, it’s lovely to have someone look at you intently, smile, and render a blessing.  What a generous soul. What an inspiration. Enjoy the journey.

anthony glenn miller


The virtue of the natural way  
is that all things are born of it;  
it nourishes and comforts them;  
develops, shelters and cares for them,  
protecting them from harm.  
The Tao creates, not claiming credit,  
and guides without interfering. 

Chapter 51 – Tao Te Ching


The wicked borrow, and do not pay back, but the righteous are generous and keep giving;

Psalm 37:21