I am so grateful to be accepted into our sangha.
I will certainly support...
Just watched this teaching (slowly re-watching all the teachings, almost like audiobooks :) ) I...
Thanks a lot Yugen. I'll try sitting online with folks from here. We will see.
This is very helpful, thank you for your honesty.
It helps to isolate variables in your...
Well, it's simple (but it also derails the thread... sorry) : in aikido, i totally forget myself...
Sorry for the late join (been away from the forum this week), but I will be there live if there is a slot available.
This happens to connect with our latest Precept reflection for this week ... To Refrain from Anger ...
"You can do anything in this world if you are prepared to take the consequences." – W. Somerset Maugham
Let me add that, even though Buddhists tend to say there are no "bad people," only "bad actions", and that even the harmdoer is a
Hi Walter. Metta practice has no bearing on the need and desire for justice. We are always responsible for our actions and have to hold each other to