Questions and answers regarding anger and merit, followed by a talk focused on developing love and compassion for ourselves and for those who cause harm.
Archive | May, 2006
Results of the third seminar of vinaya scholars meeting in Dharamsala, India, to discuss the bhikshuni lineage.
A discussion about our judgmental tendencies and as well as how to deal with the adrenaline rush of anger and how anger relates to fear and depression.
This paper is a summary of much of the research done on the bhikshuni ordination by Geshe Thubten Jangchub of the DRC.
An inmate writes about the choice we make each day: to rise above our afflictions or be consumed by them.
How parents can help their children with anger and how to deal with criticism and betrayal of trust.
Anger can be addictive: how to calm the adrenalin rush of anger.
A story about an unhappy childhood, a lot of hate and anger, and, in the end, forgiveness.
An inmate is asked to confront the results of his actions.
An inmate finds strength in non-violence.