Short talks on pith advice from the end of When the Chocolate Runs Out by Lama Thubten Yeshe.
When the Chocolate Runs Out is available from Wisdom Publications here.
The importance of learning to distinguish love from attachment so that we can share our love openly with all other beings.
The importance of serving others by practicing and preserving the Dharma, or in any other way that we can be of help to them.
Identifying the cause of our disharmony with others and ourselves and working constructively to overcome it.
How the preconceptions in our own minds make us unpeaceful, and learning to control our own minds in order to be an example of peace.
The difference between love and attachment, and how attachment can become a real stumbling block for developing bodhicitta.
The need to generate compassion equally for all people.
How to generate the wisdom that understands the law of karma, and the wisdom of the ultimate nature of reality.
Reflecting on the quote “Try to be happy in your practice and be satisfied in your life.”
How we have to be reasonable in our expectations, and how difficulties make us stronger.
Avoiding the laziness of discouragement and using our time to practice wisely no matter how old we are.
Developing a wisdom fear of death and cultivating a mind that makes use of our life.
The importance of not wasting our time on things that don't matter, and cultivating a mind that is clean and clear in our direction.