Mindfulness of the impermanence of the mind

The mind of the average person is afflicted by greed, aversion, and ignorance and therefore is deluded and impermanent, while the Buddha mind, or the pure mind, is marked by selfless wisdom and compassion and therefore is an unchanging mind. By changing our afflicted mind into a mind of wisdom, we are actually turning impermanence into infinite hope and creating a brighter future.


Compassion vs. mood swings

Buddhist practice includes two aspects: understanding of the concepts and daily practice of the methods. The point of learning Buddhism is to use the Buddhist ideas we understand to solve the probl...

Suffering as one of the Four Noble Truths

Suffering comes from our inner afflications and results from our past actions. We can reduce suffering by following the Path and creating no more negative causes.  

Why was Buddhism accepted by Chinese?

Through adaptation and assimilation, Buddhism gradually became a major part of Chinese culture. Having had its ups and downs in Chinese history, it is now reviving by drawing on Western civilization.