In an interview with Dharma Drum, Venerable Chodron shares how she worked with anger before and after ordination.
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Encouraging to create causes and conditions for us to benefit others in worldly and spiritual ways and covering verses on taking the bodhisattva ethical code
Commentary on verses that help us think about what is meaningful in this life and look beyond this life to future lives and liberation.
How to bring the essence of bodhisattva practice to daily life situations and relationships. Looking at problems as opportunities to develop inner resources.
Completing “The Weight of Karma”, teaching “Discerning Virtuous from Nonvirtuous Actions”, and starting “Karma and Current Ethical Issues”
Covering the section “Constructive Actions” and beginning the section “The Weight of Karma”.
Describing how the ten non-virtues can be distinguished from each other in terms of being intention, karmic paths, and/or afflictions.
Explaining the ten non-virtues, covering idle talk, and the three non-virtues of mind: covetousness, malice and wrong views.
Continuing the explanation of ten non-virtues, covering the third physical non-virtue and the first three verbal non-virtues.