The Dalai Lama’s Little Book of Wisdom, His Holiness the Dalai Lama
His Holiness the Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama’s Little Book of Wisdom

109 printed pages
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With characteristic humour and a down-to-earth approach to the Buddhist path, the Dalai Lama offers us an inspirational way to transform our hearts and minds and create the happiness we seek. He shows us how our state of mind, in terms of our attitudes and emotions, plays a crucial role in shaping the way we experience happiness and suffering.
This ebook brings together His Holiness the Dalai Lama's thoughts on a variety of subjects, including contentment, compassion, dealing with anger and emotion, giving and receiving, transformation and facing death.
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Padma Gayathri
Padma Gayathrihas quoted5 years ago
I feel that a genuine, affectionate smile is very important in our day-to-day lives. How one creates that smile largely depends on one’s own attitude. It is illogical to expect smiles from others if one does not smile oneself.
Sanzhar Surshanov
Sanzhar Surshanovhas quoted5 years ago
Our experiences and feelings are mainly related to our bodies and our minds. We know from our daily experience that mental happiness is beneficial. For instance, though two people may face the same kind of tragedy, one person may face it more easily than the other due to his or her mental attitude.
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Just call me Olgahas quoted23 days ago
The fundamental teaching of the Buddha is his teaching on the Four Noble Truths: 1) That there is suffering; 2) that suffering has cause; 3) that there is cessation of suffering; and, 4) that there is a path to such freedom.
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