The meaning and states of samadhi

In Chinese Samadhi is transliterated as "sanmei". Samadhi originally means meditative concentration, a state where that the mind and body, or the mind and the environment are one, and you no longer have scattered thoughts. But later in Mahayana and Chan, it denotes the combination of concentration and wisdom: undefiled and wise, one remains in concentration in all activities.


Understanding Impermanence and Living Life to the Fullest

Impermanence means that life is finite and the time that we can really use is very limited. While we have to spend most of our life make a living, working for our family, we should make good use of...

Master Sheng Yen on DINKs (double incomes, no kids)

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How to own up to our mistakes

To encourage people to own up to their own mistakes, we must accept responsibility for our mistakes and also accept other people's admission of their mistakes. By bravely owning up when we make...