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Peace of Mind
More Causes for Flightiness, and Stabilizing Bodhichitta
Verses 4 through 6 Verse 4: Lessening Flightiness of Mind by Having Few Desires Let me rid myself of (desire for) material gain and honor and always rid myself of (desire for) profit and fame. So, let me have few desires, be content, and show appreciation for the kind acts...
Commentary on “A Bodhisattva’s Garland of Gems” – Dr. Berzin
The Sources of Happiness
The true source of happiness is thinking, speaking and acting in constructive, compassionate ways.
What Is Mind Training?
Honesty, Trust and Friendship
Friendship comes from sincere concern for the happiness of others.
Compassion Based on Biology and Reason
Compassion is the most stable when based on the natural closeness and affection between mother and newborn and on the equality of everyone in wanting to be happy.
Love & Compassion
Buddhist Analysis to Help Renounce Stress
We need to develop the determination to be free of our habitual routines that cause us stress and train ourselves in self-discipline, concentration, and discriminating awareness.
What Is Buddhist Practice?
An introduction to the Buddhist practices that help us deal with our problems.
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The Relevance of Religion in Modern Times
The Dalai Lama speaks about two categories of religion to bring peace of mind based on faith: faith without philosophy and faith with philosophy.
Interview with Ringu Tulku
Ringu Tulku discusses how to find happiness in the most dire of situations, whether anger can ever be useful, and what Buddhism really is.
Buddhist Advice on Death and Dying
Advice on how to face death and help those who are dying.
Karma & Rebirth
Achieving Peace through Inner Peace
World peace begins with finding inner peace through warm-hearted relations with others.