Buddhism gives us tools to look at and manage our all-too-human feelings of impatience and helplessness.
We all want to believe we won’t rather than we can’t. Buddhism gives us the tools to see what the reality of the situation is.
Buddhism recognizes the interdependent web of all existence. Understanding our true place in the cosmos fosters both humility and gratitude.
Buddhism is a worldview and an attitude toward life. It rests on three foundations: Our ability to know the truth, the reality of truth, and the community which supports our journey toward the truth.
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All of us have been wronged in one way or another and the desire to stamp our feet and demand restitution is incredibly strong. There is a way, though, to find compassion for ourselves and for those who wronged us.
“Buddhist Notion of Sangha”. Buddhism is built on the foundation of the Buddha, our ability to see things as they really are; the Dharma, variously the truth or the law; and the Sangha, the community. Dr. Kross will discuss these three.
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