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  • Be an Outsider if You Want to Change The Inside

    It is easier to fight but difficult to win. Especially if you fight against your own mind, it will be a never ending fight. As you know there are countless thoughts passing through your mind, so you have to fight against every single thought, but still the mind can produce thoughts again and again, there is no full stop, even on weekends, on holidays mind is thinking, mind produces thoughts, no ... Read more

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  • No Colour No Shape

    Meditation is not only for meditation. In other words, one should not meditate or practise meditation merely to become a meditator. Often, meditation is considered a piece of equipment or a vehicle to be used for seeing the truth. We need to make meditation a vehicle to reach the truth. Meditation is not simply to be standstill. ... Read more

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  • What is Human Life?

    Human life is the most wonderful creation of the universe. There is nothing better than human life. We may come across great inventions but there is nothing superior to human life in the three worlds. As we are not aware of the value of human life we use this supreme creation to invent suffering, sadness, loneliness, monotony, restlessness and stress. Animals have problems that they inherited at ... Read more

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  • Springs from the Heart

    The head is open to a world full of arguments, but the heart is close. The head goes after ideas and knowledge, but the heart is quiet. The head goes with pretension, but the heart goes with honesty.The head cannot change a person, but the heart can.The heart changes upon meeting a living exemplar who experiences the Dhamma. The heart, not the head, sees the peaceful way of living of the exemplar. ... Read more

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  • No Burning

    Meditation comprises a number of talents, which require development, cultivation, practice and usage. This entire activity or the process is known as meditation. It includes planting, cultivating, practicing and using some talents which are instrumental in helping us to live peacefully. It is our duty and responsibility to lead a peaceful life. It is nobody else’s responsibility, but ours. ... Read more

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  • Acquiring a Mind Like Pure Gold

    Pure gold obtained by removing any contaminant metals is flexible, valuable, smooth, durable and sparkling. We need a mind like pure gold to see the truth. Our mind is contaminated with the wrong thought known as hindrances. A clever mediator can recognize these contaminants, which are obstacles for everything a person does. These hindrances are actions performed by us. ... Read more

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  • Save Time by Investing in Time

    if you give priority to inquiring life, assessing life, valuating life or meditation, you'll have enough time to attend to all your needs. If you give priority to meditation, after finishing everything planned for the day, you'll have somemore time to attend to something else. Meditation gives you time to attend to the needs of your physical health, and to fulfill your duties and responsibilities ... Read more

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  • The Beauty of the Silent Mind

    As long as there is no suffering, our only refuge is the physical world consisting of money, friends, food, medicine and social positions. Dear Dhamma Friends, the physical world is more than enough for life as long as we don not experience any suffering or sorrow or distress or unhappiness.Suffering and unhappiness come piercing through all these physical name-boards and labels, and tap on us. ... Read more

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  • Illusion of Painful Painkillers

    A painkiller taken in the past becomes a pain today and one given today can become another illness by tomorrow. Just see how this chain develops. A day will come where no painkiller is left but only suffering. Therefore, practice meditation to be mindful and be observant today, and thereby to be watchful of you or inner nature or pain looking for painkillers. ... Read more

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  • Seeing the Nature of the World

    Regardless of when and where humans lived, they suffered the most mentally, because a human mind can create suffering limitlessly. Physical suffering such as hunger and thirst has limits. However, suffering created by the mind has no limits. No other being has the ability to create problems in the mind like a human being. Such creativity in the human mind is used for creating problems. ... Read more

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  • In Between Happiness and Unhappiness

    Having put what was heard, thought and seen together, all of us have had personal conclusions and opinions about what meditation is. What do we need meditation for? Why should we meditate? What do we look for in meditation? What type of changes in us do we try to achieve? What could go wrong by not meditating? We can find answers to the question “What is meditation?” from different angles.... ... Read more

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  • Multiple Characters Multiple Suffering

    Meditation is a qualitative development. We misidentify meditation for rest and stop there without reaching that qualitative state. We always wear a wrong dress as meditation. Rest is only a by-product of meditation. Ease is only a by-product of meditation. No need to meditate for ease, as it is possible to relax when leaving the restless and stressful society for a calm and quiet place. ... Read more

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