Everything We Do Matters

Twenty five hundred years ago, when the Buddha was teaching what he had awoken to, his world was similar in many ways to our world today There were great centers of culture, and there were lands of stagnation There were rulers with great power who thirsted for even , and there were oppressed people who only wanted to live in peace There were men who said that they aTwenty five hundred years ago, when the Buddha was teaching what he had awoken to, his world was similar in many ways to our world today There were great centers of culture, and there were lands of stagnation There were rulers with great power who thirsted for even , and there were oppressed people who only wanted to live in peace There were men who said that they alone held the key to spiritual secrets, and there were those who searched for different answers There were people who had great wealth, and there were those who had nothing There were people who said we must change, and there were those who denied there was anything wrong Perhaps that distant land and time is not that distant after all Greed, anger, ignorance, and delusion are still very much with us But they do not have to remain with us for each of we has the ability to transform them into selflessness, compassion, and understanding.
Everything We Do Matters Twenty five hundred years ago when the Buddha was teaching what he had awoken to his world was similar in many ways to our world today There were great centers of culture and there were lands of st

  • Title: Everything We Do Matters
  • Author: Shi Wuling
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Everything We Do Matters”

    1. Brilliant book that makes you really think about what the author is saying. It made me sad in parts as I connected with the themes and applied it to my own thoughts and life. It's written in easy to understand language yet it still makes you think.

    2. This book helps me during my difficult times. I'd recommend this book to everyone who feels lost during hardship.

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