Facing with illness
- A Mind at Peace, a Life at Peace
- Mild illness is conducive to one's spiritual practice
- How does Buddhadharma help people with terminal illnesses?
Mild illness is conducive to one's spiritual practice
How does Buddhadharma help people with terminal illnesses?
How to transcend birth, aging, illness and death
What attitude should we have when facing the onslaught of disease?
Illness is normal and will help us develop a greater understanding of the process of life. We should view illness with detached observation and equanimity, as an experience to pay off our karmic debt.
From the Buddhist perspective, there are only two kinds of responsibility in life. The first is to fulfill our vows, and the second is to pay back our karmic debts. We should learn the Buddhas and ...
Compassion is both nature and nurture. We are all born with some degree of compassion, which should be tempered with reason, and nurtured like a seedling so it won't wither. And it will grow if...
The value of life depends on how we use our lives. If what we want are positive values, we must use our bodily, verbal, and mental actions to achieve sufficient growth in our morals, character, and...