When we are angry we are blind to reality. Anger may bring us a temporary burst of energy, but that energy is blind and it blocks the part of our brain that distinguishes right from wrong. To deal with our problems, we need to be practical and realistic. If we are to be realistic, we need to use our human intelligence properly, which means we need a calm mind. A calm tranquil yet alert mind is exactly what we need to see the big picture of wisdom and compassion.
Happy Chotrul Duchen, the day Shakyamuni Buddha miraculously demonstrated his teachings to preserve them for us. This is one of the four most important days in the Buddhist calendar. Please be extra careful today not […]
Nov. 11, 2018 7th Global Leadership Training “Compassionate Innovation” Dr. Barry Kerzin will teach healthy mind, motivation and compassionate innovation. This program will be comprised of a combination of lectures and practice. Compassionate Innovation: Selfless […]
Compassion is often misunderstood. Partly because we do not have a good word in English that gives the full meaning of ‘nyingje’ or ‘karuṇā’. Not only is this general compassion, it includes enlightened wisdom. There […]