Nagarjuna’s advice on practical matters from a Dharma perspective. How to maintain a virtuous motivation to guide everyday activities and interactions.
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With a realistic view of others—friends and family and coworkers—we can avoid disappointment and conflict, and develop healthy relationships.
Rejoicing to dispel the jealous mind and create skies of merit!
How to cultivate compassion in healthy and sustainable ways that benefit both ourselves and others.
An inmate reflects on taking inventory of the past, present, and future, and the importance of generating regret instead of wallowing in shame or guilt.
Misleading friends appear kind but encourage us away from our ethics and principles and can inhibit our spiritual growth.
What we can do to support loved ones through the dying process, at the time of death, and after their passing.
Was können wir tun, um geliebte Menschen im Sterbeprozess, beim Sterben und nach ihrem letzten Atemzug zu unterstützen.
How to cultivate forgiveness by first accepting our own imperfections and mistakes and extending compassion to others.
The first of the vows concerning far-reaching ethical conduct have to do with our relationship to others and to the individual liberation precepts.