Five Pearls of Wisdom

I have compiled these five pearls of wisdom from the Tricycle site which covers Dharma Talks conveying the core teachings of Buddha applicable to our everyday lives. I hope you find them as inspiring as I have.

What Really Matters

We can’t live ethically without caring about ourselves as well as others.

Winton Higgins, “Treading the Path with Care

Living and Dying with Confidence

If we’re not reflecting on the impermanent nature of life, then there are a lot of unimportant things that seem important. Our jobs seem important. Money seems important. But if we’re really reflecting on impermanence then we can see that the important things are compassion and loving others—giving to others and taking care of others.

—Allison Choying Zangmo, “Living and Dying with Confidence

A Daily Discovery

Revisiting [meditation] on a regular basis provides each of us with a unique and intimate rhythm of discovery.

—Lauren Krauze “A Watchfulness Routine for Writing

Understanding Across Difference

Understanding across difference, whatever the difference, lies at the center of spiritual life and aspiration.

—Henry Shukman, “The Meeting

Finding Stability in Impermanence

Change is good, we’re told. A fresh breeze blown through life keeps us on our toes, fully alive until we die.

—Joan Duncan Oliver, “Love, Loss and the Grocery Store

 

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About Tenzin YW

I am Tenzin from Devon in England but I am originally from Bhutan. It is a small country in the Himalayas. Land of Gross National Happiness. Tashi Delek!
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