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A few thoughts on Right Livelihood.
Right livelihood (samyag-ājīva / sammā-ājīva). This means that practitioners ought not to engage in trades or occupations which, either directly or indirectly, result in harm for other living beings. 743 more words
Going back over your mistakes, asking yourself painful questions and giving honest answers is a difficult, but cathartic experience.
We’ve all made mistakes in life, some more serious than others, but thinking them through, trying to explain why you made that decision at that point in time, makes you re-examine your own values. 155 more words
Remembering my Dharma Sister Venerable Konghuan with loving-kindness and fond memories. Venerable Konghuan lived and practice at the monastery, MABA, where I ordained in 1999. I am happy to have shared time with her over the years. 40 more words