Venerable Tenzin Tsepal reviews chapters 10 and 11 from the book “Approaching the Buddhist Path.”
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What it means to be reborn in Amitabha’s Western Pure Land, how to create the causes of being born there and the benefits.
How Lama Tsonkhapa’s teachings help to clarify misconceptions about compassion and why ethical conduct is important in developing compassion and bodhicitta.
How to establish daily habits at home and at work that will lead to greater happiness for ourselves and those around us.
What it means to integrate spirituality with work including our motivation to work, keeping ethical principles, and relating to co-workers in a positive way.
Relating Buddhist teaching and practice to issues faced by teens and parents—becoming the person you want to be, relationships, the internet and social media.
Covering the sections in Chapter 12, “Science” and “Gender Equality.”
Continuing Chapter 12, covering the sections “Consumerism and the Environment,” “The World of Business and Finance,” and “Media and the Arts”.
Continuing Chapter 12, covering the sections “Using Diverse Methods to Benefit Others” and “Engaged Buddhism and Political Involvement.
Finishing Chapter 11, by covering the sections “Willingness to Undergo Hardship,” “Keeping a Happy Mind,” “Realized Beings,” and “What I Have Learned in Life.”