If we focus only on the end goal, we miss out on so much. This dharma post is a reminder that it’s possible to enjoy the process, even the parts we didn’t think we liked.
Why we resist being prepared for the inevitability of death, and advise on assuring our passing causes only grief and loving memories, not frustration and turmoil.
The Buddhist teaching of Wise Effort is even more important during a pandemic.
A strong message in our culture encourages us to work hard and keep our eye on the prize, whether that
I’ve always found the Buddha’s many lists of wisdom teachings difficult to remember. You too? All of them are valuable,
One sentence in an article captured Stephanie’s attention and took her on a journey you may want to try.
For years we’ve had two patio tables that serve no purpose in our garden. I would occasionally think I needed
In our culture, we may grow up believing that working hard with our eyes on the prize is praise-worthy effort.
Over the past weeks we have been looking at three valuable questions — What is my intention here? What am
As we look at the aspects of the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path, at first glance Wise Effort seems the easiest