Day 14: Say thank you

(Photo above by Elle Kennedy)

Having gratitude and a heart to support others is scientifically proven to give us a warm glow. So today, in addition to chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo for however long you choose, let’s also:

Think of one person you really appreciate (friends, our partner, family, or even the barista that makes you coffee), and say thank you.

Share how it feels using #buddhability.

While having gratitude is important, it’s also important to respect ourselves in whichever relationship we find ourselves in. In this article, “Am I in a Healthy Relationship?” we share:

Respecting ourselves and others is the core of Buddhism. In fact, chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo is essentially a practice to bring out our true, most dignified self. As we chant and learn from the teachings of Buddhism, we begin to believe in ourselves. This allows us to stop seeking validation from others, particularly the person we are in a relationship with.

On this new episode we’re answering listener questions about love and relationships. We called up 3 people from our Buddhist community and asked them their honest answers to your questions.

Happy chanting today!

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