Once, on a Sunday, August 26, 2007, I thought...
comfort oriented me
I knew comfort was my thing!
`The laziness of comfort orientation - we just try to stay comfortable and cozy.'
`Comfort orientation comes in a variety of forms. Sogyal Rinpoche writes that in the East, for example, laziness often manifests as flopping down in the sun with one’s cronies, drinking tea, and letting the days pass by. In the West, he observes, laziness frequently manifests as speed. People rush from one thing to another, from the gym to the office to the bar to the mountains to the meditation class to the kitchen sink, the backyard, the club. We rush around seeking, seeking, seeking comfort and ease.'