Where do bunny quotes come from?

People often ask me how I come up with the Bunny Buddhism quotes, so I thought I would take a moment to answer. Quite simply, the majority of bunny quotes are inspired by whatever book I am reading at the time. Right now, for example, I’m reading Thich Nhat Hanh’s Teachings on Love, which is why a number of recent bunny quotes have focused on the topic of love.


The books I read, of course, often reflect my emotional state. I’m thinking a lot about love these days because my husband is having some serious health issues that have required hospital visits every few days for the past two months. This has resulted in a great deal of stress and a tremendous interruption to the usual way of things for both of us.

While I haven’t quite given in to my old depression and anxiety, I will admit that it has been incredibly difficult to come up with an uplifting thought each day. But that’s precisely the point. It is when it is hardest for me to come up with a positive thought that I most need to think of one.

So, I continue to think happy bunny thoughts each day because my life is better when I plan some levity to offset the stress. I’ve been the person who’s neglected herself for years on end in favor of a job or relationship or just about anything else, but that neglect ended when I made the conscious choice to bring more light into my own life. And I will continue to take responsibility for my own happiness because no one else is going to do it for me.


2 thoughts on “Where do bunny quotes come from?

  1. Sending you and your husband bunny vibes Krista. As your quotes always make me feel calm, I am going to start investigating buddhism in a bigger way….

    1. Thank you, Julie. Good vibes are appreciated! If you’re looking for some books, the Further Reading in the final pages of Bunny Buddhism lists some of my favorite books. Most of them have takeaways that could benefit anyone of any faith.

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