Tag: Liberation

Do You Know Who I Am?

Do You Know Who I Am? I am not interested in where you have been or what you have done. I care not who you are, but I care deeply how you are. If you are happy – truly happy – then so am…

False Spiritual Economy: Why an “I Want it All and I Want it Now” Attitude doesn’t Promote Spiritual Growth

False Spiritual Economy: Why an “I Want it All and I Want it Now” Attitude doesn’t Promote Spiritual Growth It is fair to say that in contemporary society there is a growing demand amongst consumers for instant gratification and for products and services that…

A Buddhist Perspective on Suffering

A Buddhist Perspective on Suffering In western culture, suffering is generally defined as the experience of either somatic or psychological pain. Therefore, in the absence of such pain and whilst experiencing favourable socio-environmental conditions, individuals are generally not categorised as ‘suffering’ or ‘ill’ according…

Having Fun with the Four Noble Truths

Having Fun with the Four Noble Truths Arguably the most well-known of the Buddha’s teachings is that of The Four Noble Truths. The teaching of the four noble truths is recorded as being the first teaching given by the Buddha after he attained enlightenment….

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