We wouldn’t be Howard if we didn’t recognize & try to combat social issues.
RIP Mike Brown, I promise your death was not in vain.
Ride The Harley Into The Sunset
“Namaste,” the common Indian greeting each other, is not merely a way of saying ‘hello,’ but holds a deeper spiritual significance. The act of respectfully joining the palms in front of the chest or the Heart chakra and bowing down of the head, increases the flow of Divine love and reduces one’s ego in the presence of another.
Namaste is a way of saying that the divine in me respects the divine in you. Acknowledging this oneness with the meeting of the palms, we honor the god in the person we meet. It inculcates the attitude of showing gratitude and reverence for one another. Namaste is also an important mudra in Yoga that helps in staying grounded and humble
— Thích Nhất Hạnh (via purplebuddhaproject)
Rubin Museum of Art - New York City - August, 2014