Our awareness grows when we holistically listen to our bodies, minds, and souls in a lifelong journey into becoming the amazing beings that we really are. Have you ever noticed that we feel better when we take care of ourselves holistically? This means that we are nurturing our bodies, fostering our minds, and growing our…
In a world that too often forgets to do this, be committed to developing compassion, inclusiveness, sharing, helping, healing, and loving.
Today is the 87th Birthday of His Holiness The Dalai Lama. As a follower of Tibetan Buddhist (to tell it all, as an ordained monk who lives as a lay person), I send my best wishes to Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama. Thanks to your effort, Your Holiness, we hope this year to be…
Love, caring, and compassion give us, and the world around us, way more than prejudice, anger, resentment, frustration, and fears.
Becoming aware of who we are means getting rid of what and who we are not while adding compassion, joy, commitment, care, and love.
Vesak, is the Day of the Full Moon in the month of May, and is also the most sacred day to millions of Buddhists around the world. It was on Vesak in the year 623 B.C., when Buddha was born. It was also on Vesak when Buddha attained enlightenment, and it was on Vesak that…
One way we get meaningful answers about ourselves is when we ask ourselves questions that involve our awareness, love, compassion.
We need to love, both ourselves and others. Love is into joy, empathy, hope, gratitude. It's the universal language of feelings.
Awareness of who I really am, compassion for all the beings, commitment to love and help. These are my three pillars for growth.
We cannot fill a full jar. Let's empty our jars from fears, prejudices, hate before filling them with love, compassion, commitment.