Rocks of opinions sit there gathering moss of emotions and distorting your view of reality. They hinder your growth.
The lamp of faith diffuses the darkness of suffering. You begin to see what's beneath, what's around.
A beautiful story from the life of Buddha gives a profound message of mastering the most difficult emotion.
"Why does this always happen to me?" This is the most common question people ask when time eclipses their life, when adversities gnaw at their happiness.
All living entities are constantly working towards the same truth. It's simple and penetrating. Here's my perspective.
Our happiness depends a great deal on a sense of personal fulfillment and that, in turn, depends on pursuing what matters to us.
We are caged by our desires. Why didn't the nightingale see the snare? Read the story.
All other things being equal, there is a fundamental difference between those who succeed and those who don't.
If you asked yourself these questions, you might be living your life a bit differently. Read the story.
The light of love is dependent on four conditions. Fail one and it flickers, fail two and it goes away.
Boredom becomes peace when you are contented and unaffected by non-action.
Beneath beauty lies a sense of connection. Whatever you can connect with, you will find it beautiful.
Life is a congregation of various colors; enjoy the mix. You can't have all white or all black.
People may lie 1. to hide information, 2. as a matter of habit, or 3. to gain attention.
Being grateful to others is being grateful to God. Express your gratitude to those around you to experience peace.
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