Tag Archives: Dalai Lama

Distracted Living versus Living Lovingly


. Alternately titled “Long-Term Happiness versus Short-Term Happiness” . You know of the disease in Central Africa called sleeping sickness. First its victims get slightly tired, then the disease gradually intensifies until the afflicted person lies asleep all the time … Continue reading

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“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible” (The Dalai Lama)


. Be kind whenever possible, and it’s always possible. It’s pretty hard to argue with this—especially when you consider the source— . . . The Dalai Lama seems like a genuinely happy human being.  He seems to have reached a … Continue reading

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Learning How to Deal Better with the Full Intensity of Life by Becoming More Awake and Enlightened AND Conscientious (updated)


(This is an updated version of something I posted on Jan 7th of this year regarding how to become more awake and enlightened and conscientious. . . . https://realtruelove.wordpress.com/2011/01/07/becoming-more-awake-enlightened-and-conscientious/) We do not become enlightened by avoiding what is unpleasant and … Continue reading

Posted in Courage, Differentiation, Emotional Maturity, James Hollis, Jung, Rilke, Rumi, The Dalai Lama, Waking Up, What is Love? | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments