Who’s responsible for my suffering?

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An online talk hosted by the Buddhist Channel on YouTube

  • Identifying the real cause of our problems
  • Virtuous actions lead to positive results and nonvirtuous actions lead to suffering
  • Changing our experience by changing how we think, speak, and act
  • If we change our motivation we can change our experiences
  • To help others and ourselves, we must think, speak, and act virtuously
  • True happiness is a result of working for the benefit of others
  • A daily practice to help us generate a positive motivation for the day
  • We can purify past destructive actions using the four opponent powers
Who's Responsible for My Suffering - Venerable Thubten Chodron #englishdhammatalk #buddhism

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