It is important to study to gain knowledge of the Buddhist path to happiness. But if we leave it on the intellectual level, it will not help, and sometimes leads to arrogance, the opposite of humility. Humility develops when we have more concern for others, not ourselves. Humility also develops when we start to understand and experience emptiness – that we are not real. Nothing is real. All is like an illusion, an image in a dream, water in a mirage, and a reflection of a person on the computer screen. Emaho!
We are moving along in our journey towards cultivate more love and compassion directed to ourselves and others through this awesome classic short text written about 1000 years ago on cultivating compassion. Verse 6 from […]
It is important to believe in ourselves, but not too much! The balance is believing in ourself but not over-inflating into arrogance thinking we are better, smarter, more beautiful than others. Self-confidence inspires us. Humility […]