Just in case you missed the announcement on Facebook last week, I thought I’d post the interview I did with Julia Hanlon for the Running On Om podcast.
If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, anxiety, or grief, I hope this podcast can provide a little bit of hope. We also talk a lot about the origins of Bunny Buddhism, so if you’re interested in learning more about how Bunny Buddhism came to be, this might answer your questions.
Please let me know what you think!
ROO Podcast #130: Krista Lester on How Bunnies and Buddhism Saved Her…
Our second wild bun for the week is this adorable youngster I came across years ago while traveling in the Denver area. If this isn’t internal harmony, then I don’t know what is. Thank you, little wild bunny, for being such a lovely example for those of us still struggling to find that elusive sense of inner peace.
For a change of pace this week, I thought it might be fun to take a look at some wild bunnies. Here’s one moment of bunniness featuring a wild bun, along with a reminder that there are no shortcuts to bunniness.
We each face a path, and it might not be the one we wanted or thought we were going to get, but it is our path nonetheless. As seekers of bunniness, all we need to do is keep hopping and trying our best–every single day.