Ajahn used his experience when writing the book “Good? Bad? Who knows?”, to encourage us not to try constantly for perfection but rather to accept who we are and what is happening in our lives. We can’t see the future, we can’t change the past, so just be happy in the present.
Ajahn then guided us through a meditation suitable for beginners and experienced alike.
Following the meditation Ajahn kept us well entertained with stories plus jokes about life experiences. As Ajahn says “Good? Bad? Who knows?”. If something happens that seems a disaster, look for the silver lining or rather, accept it for what it is and live in the moment”.