How to use the present wisely to create causes for a happy future instead of clinging to the memories of the past.
Archive | August, 2004
Reflections by an inmate about his recent treatment of others, contrasting it with the kindness others have shown him.
How and why we take refuge and an elaboration on the specific and common guidelines after taking refuge.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s foreword to ‘Taming the Mind,’ a “practical application of the teaching of the compassionate Buddha.”
Praise for the book “Taming the Mind.”
Advice on taming bad habits and cultivating good, such as nurturing antidotes to our tendency to complain.
Eating an orange becomes a meditative experience.
The nuns in service of the Dharma inspire compassion and loving-kindness to take root in a prisoner’s heart.
By changing the mind, it is possible to change suffering into freedom.