Every day it is a good day to be in love with life, not just because every day is a good day to die, but because every day is a chance for learning and falling even more in love with the lucky experience of being part of this world.
No matter how hard up I may feel or be, looking up at the sky, day or night, is always an uplifiting experience that changes my mood, my vibration, my entire essence.
I write in the first person, simply because I can only talk about my own discoveries and hard-earned conquests.
However, many have walked this path before me, many will walk on it afterwards, I am, you are in good company:
Immanuel Kant (Critique of Practical Reason 1788)
Two things fill the heart with renewed and increasing awe and reverence the more often and the more steadily that they are meditated on: the starry skies above me and the moral law inside me.
I see the moral law as the Sanathana Dharma,सनातन धर्म, the eternal dharma, the root (from the Sanskrit dhr) that holds together both physical universe and human laws. In this cosmic perception our human size is exalted and, at the same time, put in its correct place, since every human being is both a superhero and a particle of dust, in this struggle and tension resides our daily choice of gratitude and joy.