You've gotta.....

You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching/ Love like you'll never be hurt/ Sing like there's nobody listening/ And live like it's heaven on earth.
William W. Purkey

marți, iulie 23

Despre casnicie in viziune buddista. Sau despre cum ar trebui sa fie orice relatie de iubire, nu neparat cu verigheta pe deget.

Pare mai complicat la terapeut, dar budistii o spun mai cu candoare, astfel incat parca te fac sa intelegi. Despre secretul casniciei.... Caci este un secret!

....According to Buddhist teaching, in a marriage, the husband can expect the following qualities from his wife:
  • — love
  • — attentiveness
  • — family obligations
  • — faithfulness
  • — child-care
  • — thrift
  • — the provision of meals
  • — to calm him down when he is upset
  • — sweetness in everything
In return, the wife's expectation from husband is:
  • — tenderness
  • — courtesy
  • — sociability
  • — security
  • — fairness
  • — loyalty
  • — honesty
  • — good companionship
  • — moral support....

Restul si tare frumos spus pe pagini intregi de non-agresiune si candoare, aici.
A Happy Married Life. A Buddhist Perspective
by Ven. K. Sri Dhammananda


The difference between thinking and meditation is that in thinking generally we have no definite object or too many objects, but in meditation we think of a definite object chosen by our will; that is why meditation is a real constructive practice of thinking. It is by meditation that we develop our power of seeing the object as it is, otherwise we many see only the appearance of the object without knowing anything of its nature. That is why meditation is very necessary; it purifies the thoughts, otherwise they are mixed up with many things, especially with ignorance.
By thinking without purpose, our thoughts may lead us to dangers and troubles, but by meditating on a chosen object we gain benefit, we enlarge our intellect and develop our power of knowing or seeing things as they truly are.

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