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.
May. 17, 2018 “What the Dalai Lama’s doctor is telling 7,000 UPMC nurses” – NEXTpittsburgh (Author: Tracy Certo) “How many of you have known burnout?” asked the gentle and smiling Buddhist monk in the red […]
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 […]
Mar. 28, 2018 Mindfulness Training for Educators 【Date】Mar. 28 Wed. 2018 13:30-18:00（open 13:00) 【Venue】 Kaetsu Ariake High school Shinonome 2-16-1 Koutou-ku, Tokyo 東京都江東区東雲2-16-1 MAP ＜Access ＞ 10 minutes walk from Shinonome staion 【Teacher】 Dr. Barry Kerzin […]