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following your lead again – this is taking the key words from our combined dharma (wheels?) to make a space around which we discuss.
Judgments are for me those things I have confidence in being ‘true’. As you say this would normally be what I believe in but i like the way Brian Greene says he gets round the ‘ believing in science is no different from believing in religion’ argument (this is an argument I have found myself in a few times) by saying he has confidence in science revealing the true nature of things. True is also obviously problematic but language is a crude tool.
Inspirations are those things that for me provide some guidance. Yes joy and inspiration but perhaps more generally, insight.
I suppose i am most taken by Stephen’s idea of practice being integrated into life. I first came across this in Thic Nhat Hanh’s the miracle of mindfulness. Following Stephen’s lead, creative practice, which for me at the moment is mainly through drawing, is the practice which brings into focus questioning and, very occasionally, moments of clarity.