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How to Live Without Fear & Worry
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On the Vajra Footpath inactive. It helps develop Right View and Attitude for mental peace and happiness. May 26, Sarah added it Shelves: Maha Cattari… Majjhima Nikaya: He founded the Buddhist Missionary Society Malaysia inwhich was officially registered in and embarked on a speaking and writing career, which literally transformed the state of Buddhism in the country.
If we can do something, then why worry and get upset over it – just change it. May 09, Oh Teik rated it really liked it. He passed away in Thanks for telling us about the problem. If there is nothing we can do, again, why ane and get upset over it?
Oct 22, Jayanthi Kodiappan rated it really liked it. This is a livw book filled with advice and wisdom. Open Preview See a Problem? Still, I’m grateful for overall wisdom from this book. If anything, it may be short on explaining how to do what it says. Potaliya Sutta… Majjhima Nikaya: Dipankara was invited to Tibet to preach the Dhamma. All in all, inspiring, calming and motivating.
Bringing Mindfulness to Life. I feel like it would be slightly hypocritical to hpw this book if I’m trying to absorb what it has to offer. Instead of folksy, mostly secular stories with some bits of Christianity to flesh out the message, this book uses folksy, mostly secular stories with chunks of Buddhism to flesh out the message.
I’m going to leave the book unrated here because I’m feeling mindful that things are what they are and comparing them to other things may not respect their uniqueness and everything they have to offer. So I continue to learn. He graduated with an M. Samagama Sutta Majjhima Nikaya: Feb 17, Phillip rated it really liked it Shelves: How to live without fear and worry, By Dr.
If we think hard and long about it, there is no denying that the chief culprit in our inability to enjoy a sense of happiness is desire.
How to live without fear & worry / K. Sri Dhammananda – BookSG – National Library Board, Singapore
I have never met the Venerable, but have listened to a few lectures on audio by him and I understand that he was very well respected in Singapore and Malaysia. In more than forty two years as incumbent of the Buddhist Maha Vihara, Malaysia, the Ti has brought the Buddha Word to countless numbers of devotees who otherwise would have has no access to the sublime message of the Enlightened One.
If I were to make a very brief summary of this book, I would choose the following excerpt: Jan 24, Kristin Madeleine rated it really liked it. I’m not thrilled with the idea of some bookseller making money off of something other people made donations wworry in order make a message available to people who might not otherwise be able to afford a book.
Want to Read saving…. Do not let our days pass by like the shadow of a woery, leaving no trace behind. Vimamsaka Sutta… Majjhima Nikaya: What is the cause of jealousy?
Simple truths, but wrory most powerful things on earth are the simple things – which we often ignore at our own peril. The inside cover says “This book is not to be sold – For free distribution only”.
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Maybe I experienced and learned things differently along the way throughout these years. Not only reminds me that there are still a lot more to work on myself, but also that others are in the same boat. First time this book hard copy i read in in one shot, means i couldn’t put book a side for a moment.
Venerable Dhammananda satisfied this need. Our minds are full of stories we tell ourselves.