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.
Sometimes we’re happy, sometimes we’re sad. It is all the same, just experience. The more we remember this, the less attached we become to pleasure and pain. With practice we cultivate a refuge deep within […]
Jul. 7,2019 Mindfulness Training for Educators “Teachers, Learn How to Heal Thyself” Message from Barry Kerzin It all starts at home. Unless we learn how to heal ourselves, we cannot do a good job healing […]