JING SI APHORISMS PDF
Jing Si Aphorisms has 17 ratings and 3 reviews. Buddhist Wisdom. Translated into English, Japanese, Chinese, and Master Cheng Yen’s Jing. Timeless and easily comprehensible, Jing Si Aphorisms serve as a food for thought and spiritual nourishment for people as they are faced with. Master Cheng Yen’s Jing Si Aphorisms books transcend racial and religious barriers. They promote heart-to-heart dialogues. Through the.
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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Didit is currently reading it May 25, Be willing to jong and be happy to bear. To love ourselves is to show our gratitude to our parents.
Jeffrey Parker added it Sep 15, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Do not underestimate ourselves as man has unlimited potential.
We must always reflect upon our own mistakes at a quiet time. About Shih Cheng Yen. Pedro Estrada marked it as to-read Jan 06, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Know your blessings, cherish them and sow more blessings.
Gain comes after giving. If we relentlessly make demands on others, the hardship from those unsatisfied demands could become endless. A person apgorisms always makes excuses for himself can never improve. In the same way, we should let go of yesterday and focus on today. My own aphirisms from the original Mandarin version: A tolerant minded person would be tolerant of others and matters.
Let us compete on who is more loving, not who is more feared.
Ismail marked it as to-read Jul 08, Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Nothing is impossible with confidence, perseverance, and courage.
To shoulder a burden is an inspiring force.
Do not be someone who is easily hurt by others. It is easy to reflect on major mistakes, but hard to eliminate minor habits.
It is better to speak less and make jibg whatever you say is something good. To serve with a healthy body is to show our gratitude to all sentient beings. Include me in doing good deeds; exclude me in evil deeds. The ocean can be filled [up], yet the tiny mouth of a human being can never be filled [up to stop from churning out gossip].
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Wirata Dharma marked it as to-read Feb 28, Use resolve to organize the time you are given. Marianna rated it it was amazing Sep 03, Jasmine marked it as to-read May 13, Rebecca Wong marked it as to-read Feb 27, Be careful and mindful when dealing with others, but do not be narrow-minded.
Giving is not the privilege of the Rich; it is the privilege of the Sincere. Jul 05, Marie rated it really liked it. P To willingly undergo hardship for the sake of helping others is compassion. Life will be good, if we can keep a simple mind in the dealing with people; otherwise, we will be inflicted by an abundance of afflictions. Jing Si Aphorisms 5 books.
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I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others. P Those sii have great wisdom must all the more be humble and unassuming, just like the rice stalk that bows under the weight of ripe grain. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Michael is currently reading it May 21, They are afflicted either because they are worried about losing what own, or that they are constantly pursuing for more.
Ada marked it as to-read Jun 08, One who is kind-hearted cannot be regarded as a good person if he has a bad temper and speak unkind words. Dmitry jinv it really liked it Sep aphofisms, P age A person with a generous heart [being forgiving] and compassion for all beings leads the most blessed life.