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Continuing to explore the far-reaching attitude of patience by looking at the disadvantage of anger as well as its antidotes.
A three-week pilgrimage to Tibet and China with a group of Singaporeans in September and October 1993.
A look at the far-reaching attitude of patience by exploring the disadvantages of anger and patience of not retaliating.
How the far-reaching attitude of ethics is practiced in each of the other far-reaching attitudes.
Exploring the three divisions of the far-reaching attitude of ethics.
Exploring the far-reaching attitude of generosity though the giving of body, possessions, and virtue according to the four points.
Exploring the three types of generosity included in the far-reaching attitude of generosity.
An overview of the six far-reaching practices, also known as the six paramitas: generosity, ethics, patience, joyous effort, concentration, and wisdom.
Concluding the section on overcoming obstacles to the ethics of benefitting others.
Overcoming obstacles to the ethics of benefitting others.