How anger and arrogance are related and why humility is a helpful antidote.
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Summarizing what the Kadam masters say about giving and ethical discipline.
When joyous effort helps us go forward in our practice to do something good and do something meaningful with our lives, there’s no reason to be despondent.
Joyous effort—taking delight in virtuous activities—is a powerful antidote to the three types of laziness that interfere with Dharma practice.
Venerable Thubten Tarpa teaches about attachment, aversion, generosity and ethical conduct.
Looking at our experience from the viewpoint of karma leads us to act in ways that lead away from suffering and toward happiness—in short, creating good karma.
Review of verses from “The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas” that nudge our mind away from self-centeredness, changing our attitudes and actions.
By transforming our mental state, we can increase our confidence and courage to face the difficulties we encounter.
Why the best ethical conduct is a tranquil mind.
Understanding how cause and effect operates in our lives helps us to create the causes for happiness and avoid the causes of suffering.