Use the Buddha’s teachings to help manage stress
Did you know of the path which leads to the end of suffering.
In the final part of the Nidhikhanda Sutta we learn about the value of parents and the great power of good deeds.
When investing in good actions, we need to know a little bit about how they work. In this episode, we learn about how our actions are our only true possession. To illustrate this part of the Nidhikhanda Sutta, we will learn a very beautiful Dhammapada verse.
When people do not know what dark and light is, they head to darkness and avoid the happiness of light. This wonderful teaching was delivered by the Buddha to a King in The kingdom of Kosalans, India.
See the refuge and the protection of meeting monks and associating with kalyana mittas, spiritual friends. This hunter avoided unimaginable suffering and got to experience the bliss of Nibbana, only because of meeting monks.
The Buddha understood exactly how we should invest our time and material resources to ensure happiness both in this life and future lives.
Do we really know what we should be concerned about in life? And does that protect us, or cause us more trouble? The Buddha teaches us that developing strength of mind is the most important thing to ensure our happiness.
Learn to practice the Buddha’s path to happiness.
Lay people offer dana out of compassion for monks. But did you know that monks also accept dana with compassion. Although he was a very powerful, senior monk, Arahant Maha Kassapa went out of his way to accept alms from the lowest in society who needed merit the most.