Jealousy eats our heart. It makes us feel small and constricted. Recognize it when it arises and just say NO. Rather let’s practice appreciation. A beautiful purring car engine of a new red convertible Ferrari stops in front. The neighbor opens the curtain, and immediately says to himself, “she doesn’t deserve that car, I do!” He slams the curtain shut, looses his apatite, and has a fitful sleep. Scenario two, the other neighbor hears the same car engine, opens the curtain, and smiles, thinking, “How lucky is my neighbor. She must be very happy.” He knocks on her door, goes for a drive, and even drives the Ferrari himself, slowly down the main street for all to see.
Mar. 21, 2019 Shantideva “A Guide to The Bodhisattva’s Way of Life” Shantideva “A Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life” is one of the most important Tibetan Buddhist texts regarding compassion. Dr. Barry Kerzin […]
October 24, 2018 Human Values Meditation Practice Group We will learn about compassion and meditation from a video of the latest lecture by Dr. Barry Kerzin and we will practice meditation together. *Staff from Human […]
It seems counter-intuitive, but the more we care for others the better we care for our self. The more we work at transforming anger, jealousy, and pride into patience, appreciation, and humility, the better we […]