By Nick Kettles
The All-Seeing Boy believed that there needs to be the way to make humans chuffed. Then he met the mysterious hobo Jason Carper Esquire who taught him in regards to the blue sky of happiness . . . and our inherent, a bit of magical skill to carry happiness to others.
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Is very valuable. Human birth is very important. " keeps cropping up again and again. You see, the path actually consists of "Who am n What am I? What is this? " all the time until enlightenment is actually achieved. " has never been answered. It becomes one of the mantras of the path. " goes on all the time. THIS LIFE 31 The Truth of S~ering WE woRK with our fears, frustrations, disappointments, and irritations, the painful aspects of life. People complain that Buddhism is an extremely gloomy religion because it emphasizes suffering and misery.
THE DISCIPLINE I5 The Buddha and Basic Goodness the example of the Buddha. The Buddha was an Indian prince who decided to abandon his palace and his kingdom in order to find out what life is all about. He was looking for the meaning of life, the purpose oflife. He wanted to know who and what he was. So he went and practiced meditation, and he ate very little. He meditated for six years, twenty-four hours a day. And at the end of those six years he discovered something: He realized that people don't have to struggle so much.
Discipline is not a person at all. That makes it hard to relate with, because you can't rebel against it. You can't take the stick away from the disciplinarian and hit him back. It's constant discipline. Cool mountain stream. It's very boring. So let's call it cool boredom. The boredom which such discipline consists of is cool boredom, refreshing boredom. DISCIPLINE IS NOT Greater litsion to wear sunglasses, rather than facing the brilliance of the sunshine. We put on a hat and sunscreen to shield ourselves, fearing that we might get burned.