A desire to repay suffering

Of what use is anger when the identical end can be received by reason? Does one suppose that a hunter is angry with the beasts he kills? Seneca. Anger is an emotion that everybody experiences at some point in their lives. There are alternative ways during which anger manifests and also alternative ways to handle … Read more

The Minimalists

One day, the mythical Chinese recluse XuYou observed a mole drinking from a pond. He then realized that the mole, when thirsty, only sips a bellyful: no more, no less, but specifically the quantity it needs. The mole doesn’t encumber itself with excesses, because that will only impede its movement. Unlike human beings, who often … Read more

Siddhartha Gautama, the awakened Buddha

The Buddha was a philosopher, meditator, spiritual teacher, and moral leader who is credited because the originator of Buddhism. He was born Siddhartha Gautama in Indian 566 BC into a refined family and when he was twenty-nine years old, he left the comforts of his home to hunt the essence of the suffering he saw around him. After six … Read more

How much is enough?

Was it the Grand Lama that spun and said,  ‘You spend all of your life making the maximum amount of money as you can for your retirement one day? ‘ then again once you retire, you’re spending all that money ‘because your health is compromised.’ You can spend your life out there trying to form plenty of cash, always saying that in some unspecified time in the future I’m visiting have lots of cash and revel in myself. By … Read more