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Cultivating a Wholesome Mind: The Four Right Efforts

Cultivating a Wholesome Mind: The Four Right Efforts [ Master's Teachings]
As an ordinary person, we give rise to all sorts of thoughts in our mind. They enter and exit our mind constantly. When we give rise to a kind thought, we may act on it and do a good deed to help others. When we give rise to an unwholesome thought, such as an angry one, we may say something mean to others. Our actions are greatly influenced by our thoughts.Read more...
 

The Arrows in Everyday Life

The Arrows in Everyday Life [ Master's Teachings ]
In his lifetime, the Buddha met many different kinds of peop... Read more...

Happiness from a Sincere, Reverent Heart

Happiness from a Sincere, Reverent Heart [ Master's Teachings ]
As we go about our everyday life, are we joyful and understa... Read more...

Cultivating Our Mind

Cultivating Our Mind [ Master's Teachings ]
Have we taken good care of our heart?
Have we looked after ou... Read more...

Serenity and Silence at Every Moment: The Mind of a Cultivator

Serenity and Silence at Every Moment: The Mind of a Cultivator [ Master's Teachings ]
Editor's note: The following is compiled from a talk Dharma ... Read more...
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