In this time of uncertainty, there is nothing more important than working on our own minds.
Author Archive | Kenneth Mondal
Sometimes we can clearly see the disadvantages of clinging to our possessions.
There is little we can do to correct injustice in the world if our minds are out of control with deluded thoughts and emotions.
How our Dharma practice can help us with our tendency to classify sentient beings into three boxes: Friends, Enemies, and Strangers.
All living beings desire security and stability. How can we, as Buddhists, reconcile this need with our understanding of impermanence?
A student considers the teachings on how to confront mortality.
As our political life becomes more polarized, we can turn to the Dharma to help us practice equanimity with others.
A reflection on the voyage that practitioners take, from our present state of samsara to the the shore of liberation.
We are prisoners of our own minds. Ignorance, anger, and attachment are every bit as strong as steel bars.
What lessons can we take away from current politicians who bend the truth to fit their own agendas? A student contemplates the question: what exactly is truth?