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.
07 Contemplating the Five Aggregates as Empty in Nature (II)
Five Aggregates constitute the physical and mental aspects of human beings and are constantly changing, and thus empty in nature.
The Virtuous Self at a Higher Level---Giving for the Sake of Sentient Beings
The more you give, the more you receive. Even so, a bodhisattva doesn't expect to receive anything in return. However, this is what makes his merit and virtue immeasurable and inexhaustible. &...
What Does the Dharma Tell Us about Choosing an Occupation
Through our jobs, we should try to create benefit not just for ourselves, but also for others, and to dedicate ourselves to society, humanity, and all sentient beings.