Merely thinking that compassion and reason and patience are good will not be enough to develop them. We must wait for difficulties to arise and then attempt to practice them. When we recognize anger arising, practice tolerance. When we see jealousy arising, practice appreciation. When we see greed arising, practice giving. When we see arrogance arising, practice humility.
Yesterday 160 young men and women entered the medical profession by entering the University of Louisville School of Medicine. We held a White Coat ceremony as a rite of passage for these awesome young bright, […]
Nov. 24 Sat. – 25 Sun, 2018 Meditation Retreat in Tokyo Compassionate Life Innovation Message from Dr. Barry Kerzin We will hold a 2-day weekend retreat that you all are welcome to join. The essence […]