A young person reflects on the reasons he took refuge with Venerable Chodron.
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We are prisoners of our own minds. Ignorance, anger, and attachment are every bit as strong as steel bars.
The Buddha had an answer for those who believed in the innate superiority of certain groups of people. His teachings show the ways we are all equal.
A story of a man who used to be a white supremacist and transformed his hate into compassion.
Sự đa dạng của những phương pháp Phật Giáo ̣để chế ngự cơn nóng giận, không phải bằng thay ̣̣đổi điều gì đang xảy ra, mà bằng xử lý tâm cu
Venerable Thubten Chodron comments on the Charlottesville protest rally.
An 88-year-old father of one of Venerable Chodron’s students writes a poem to explain what he has learned from reading Working with Anger.
How anger works and its disadvantages.
Teaching the auxiliary bodhisattva ethical restraints, covering those related to the far-reaching practice of fortitude.
When we’re angry our view of the situation is an exaggeration. Looking at the situation more realistically helps to subvert anger.