Why me?

“Why me?” A Buddhist view on the purpose of suffering Copied from Thanking the spoon davidhare3000Buddhism, Happiness, JOY, Life Why me? Buddhism. Purpose of suffering. Victim mindset. Dealing with problems. Clients in difficult situations sometimes say to me: “Why me?” Or “What did I do to deserve this?” Or “Why does this keep happening in […]

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>Words of Wisdom – Daisaku Ikeda

>The word “character” originated from the Greek words meaning “sculpture” and “impression.” Character, then, could be thought of that which is shaped or etched. It may be true from a medical perspective that our psychological and physiological traits are generally predetermined genetically. Knowing this, however, adds little to our lives. The only issue that matters […]

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>Words of Wisdom – Daisaku Ikeda on happiness

>Happiness doesn’t exist on the far side of distant mountains. It is within you, yourself. Not you, however, sitting in idle passivity. It is to be found in the vibrant dynamism of your own life as you struggle to challenge and overcome one obstacle after another, as you clamber up a perilous ridge in pursuit […]

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>Words of Wisdom – Daisaku Ikeda on Differences

>It would be pointless for a plum blossom to try to remake itself as a cherry blossom, no matter how deeply the plum yearns to do so. The plum is happiest when it blooms as itself in full glory. How much of the color and wonder of life would be lost if it weren’t for […]

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