Buddhism in Everyday Life

Turning Around and Going Ahead
On the path of life, sometimes we need to go straight ahead, other times we have to make turns in Read more.
How To Change Destiny
What we often care most for in life is the self, and the most important aspect of self is none Read more.
To Forbear a Moment’s Anger
“To bear disgrace and insult” is the most important virtue a person can possibly cultivate, because the ability to forbear Read more.
Ridding Ourselves of Stress
In this modern world, people are constantly saying, “Life is too stressful!” Why are people so stressed out? How can Read more.
Patience and Persistence
Being patient is an art, and being persistent is a kind of hope. Read more.
To Reform Oneself
We need to change and transform ourselves continuously: In order to achieve eventual perfection, we need to work on correcting Read more.
To Think Positively
Humans are thinking animals! Since the beginning of time, there have always been people who fantasize, who have delusions, who Read more.
Careful in Speech, Controlled in Body
Control of the body means that we know when to act, and when not to act and that we know Read more.
The Mind is the Source of Unwholesomeness
The Buddha often explained emptiness and impermanence by getting people to think about how phenomena arise, change, and decline. Read more.
Be Satisfied with What You Have
Greed narrows our vision as it obscures the wealth of wisdom contained in our inherent Buddha nature. Read more.