Buddhists are also committed to creating a better, more peaceful world. Friendship is one critical way that we, as individuals, can work toward a more peaceful society.
With the consistent Buddhist practice we can develop strong selves that can enjoy each moment, however imperfect it may be.
When we feel misunderstood, it can be easy to slip into self-criticism. Buddhism teaches us that we have the ability to overcome this cycle.
Buddhism is essentially a teaching of empowerment, meant to be accessible to all people.
It’s not easy to have a real conversation when we can’t see eye to eye but here is some advice from the Buddhist philosopher Daisaku Ikeda.
Buddhism is an optimistic practice. But where does this attitude come from? Keep reading to discover what Buddhism teaches.
Sometimes it can feel like we’re barely holding on, so how could we possibly help others. But Buddhism teaches a new way of living.
We all have those friendships that last or fizzle out. Learn what Buddhist philosopher Daisaku Ikeda has to say about making friendships last.
You don’t have to be a morning person to start off your day in the best way.