It’s not just about me

If we think only of ourselves, forget about other people, then our minds occupy very small area. Inside that small area, even tiny problem appears very big. But the moment you develop a sense of concern for others, you realize that, just like ourselves, they also want happiness; they also want satisfaction. When you have... Continue Reading →

Better perspective

When a problem arises - a death , a sickness , some other type of loss , or even a hurtful argument. It is not only painful but confusing. It is like being lost in dense and dangerous jungle. When one is lost in the forest, one should climb to the top of a tall... Continue Reading →

Warrior’s fearlessness

Fearlessness is not like a wild tiger or brown bear that is locked up in a cage and growls every time you open the door. Fearlessness is powerful, but it also contains gentleness and constant loneliness and sadness. Wisdom and consideration for others are also part of fearlessness....The more fearlessness evolves, that much more available... Continue Reading →

Greater sanity

The greater the sanity we achieve, the more we find there are problems. As we become more sharp and more perceptive, therefore we begin to perceive specks of dust much more vividly. In such cases, please don’t panic. It’s the result of the sharpening of our prajna, our intellect. The more we tie up the... Continue Reading →

Our topic is decency

Decency here is not in contrast to the indecency of, say, wearing two different-colored socks or not having your zipper done up. We are talking about decency as something more profound to be realized and understood. The first part of decency is what is called modesty, which here is the absence of arrogance. The second... Continue Reading →

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