The Dhamma of Michelangelo | Ajahn Jayasāro

In this talk, Ajahn Jayasāro speaks about how we often find our way to peace in practice not by striving for a state we have yet to experience, but by letting go of all that is not peace, just as a sculptor chips away all the parts of a stone which are not the form he hopes to carve. Additionally, Tan Ajahn describes how, over time, practice makes us more sensitive to goodness, among other themes.