The greatest gift is the
gift of the teachings
 
Thanissaro Bhikkhu's Dharma Talks at Metta Forest Monastery
Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Dharma practice is medicine for the mind -- something particularly needed in a culture like ours that actively creates mental illness in training us to be busy producers and avid consumers. As individuals, we become healthier through our Dharma practice, which in turn helps bring sanity to our society at large.
2003-08-09 Suffering And Its End I 56:18
The suffering that arises in the practice is a noble truth, something worthy of respect. You can’t just push it away. If you’re going to end suffering you have to give it space, understand it, and approach it systematically.
2003-08-09 Respect For Suffering 15:30
The suffering that arises in the practice is a noble truth, something worthy of respect. You can’t just push it away. If you’re going to end suffering you have to give it space, understand it, and approach it systematically.
Metta Forest Monastery
In collection Suffering And Its End I
2003-08-09 The World Is Swept Away 19:51
Instead of trying to find our happiness in a world of change, we take that changing world and turn it toward the changeless, look for that which is unchanging right here, right now.
Metta Forest Monastery
In collection Suffering And Its End I
2003-08-09 Right Where You Are 20:54
Metta Forest Monastery
In collection Suffering And Its End I

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