In the interview, Khe said, “meditation is the knowledge that at any point in time, I can give myself a warm hug”. I had a similar experience in this interview with Khe, as if we’re old friends. (Perhaps we are.) That flow is evident as we dive into discussions about meditation, stillness, social media, space/time and compassion.
Our talk went deep quite quickly as we toiled with some great quandaries and stories of personal introspection.
Khe and I are both ardent students of the Tao Te Ching. I can see its influence weaved throughout his life. Like many, we’ve both struggled with stillness and quieting the mind. But we’ve found that contrast to play a profound role in our red road journeys.