Aditthana: to be persistent, without forcing. Not focused on achieving a goal, but starting over and over again, and in this way get to where your intention was and what the circumstances make possible.
Meditation teachers Ank Schravendeel and Mirjam Schild discuss the dhamma (dharma) in daily life in this series. The source of inspiration is the so-called ten parami: beneficial qualities or virtues from Buddhist psychology that develop in meditation and in everyday life. They both share from their personal lives and in this way explore the parami as a source of inspiration.