A student talks about the dangers of becoming complacent in his practice of the Dharma.
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By changing our perspective, problems and adversity can become the source of resilience and joy. We can come to appreciate the times when things went wrong.
Members of a prison Dharma group make their vision of a stupa a reality.
Putting time and energy into thought transformation changes how we view difficult situations and people and helps us develop fortitude and decrease anger.
By harming sentient beings we create the causes for our own suffering. By respecting them and being kind we create the causes for our awakening.
Why we need sentient beings to develop fortitude and create merit. Looking at the important role that other sentient beings play in attaining awakening.
How to see our enemies and difficulties as precious opportunities to develop inner fortitude that can bear hardship and deal with it calmly.
Anger isn’t subdued by rearranging the world and the beings in it, but through internal transformation. Fortitude and compassion are more effective in conflict.
How to practice the fortitude of experiencing suffering, hearing harsh words and practicing the Dharma.
The three types of fortitude that help to transform how we view hardships and overcome obstacles to practicing the Dharma.