Mindfulness is all about paying attention on purpose. It allows us to focus fully on the one thing we truly have. This moment.
This restless mind is indeed a source of great suffering. Our mind is at all times craving for satisfaction from external objects: beautiful sights, music,
This thing we call mind is very wild. The human experience is full of unpredictability and paradox, joys and sorrows, successes and failures. We can’t
Knowledge is like a knife. You hone it until it’s sharp—really sharp. Then you put it away. The knife can cause both benefits and harm.
We all are extremely fortunate. We should make ourselves happy and glad that we have the opportunity to practice, to train ourselves. This is something
There’s an old saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but that’s not really the case. The road to hell is
The Dhamma, the truth taught by the Buddha, is uncovered gradually through sustained practice.
What mirth can there be, what pleasure, when all the time (everything) is blazing (with the threefold fire of suffering, impermanence, and insubstantiality)? Covered (though
An explanation of the four noble truths, focusing on the aggregate of physical form and showing (1) how all the aggregates are interrelated and (2) how all four noble truths, together with the principle of dependent co-arising, are related to the aggregates.
I will be the first to say, and say it loudly : We are all struggling in our own ways and means, to be happy