Rinzler Lodro

Walk Like A Buddha

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From the author of the best-selling Buddha Walks into a Bar . . ., tips for living with integrity, compassion, and happiness--from his popular Huffington Post advice column. How can I be the person I want to be when I´m stuck in a job I hate? How is it possible to stay present in an era of nearly constant distractions? Can I pick someone up at a bar or club and still call myself spiritual? This nitty- gritty guide to life for the spiritual-but-not- necessarily-religious uses Buddhist teachings to answer those burning questions and a host of others related to going out, relationships, work, and social action. Based on Lodro Rinzler´s popular advice columns, Walk Like a Buddha offers wisdom that can be applied to just the sort of dilemmas that tend to arise for anyone making even a modest attempt to walk like a Buddha--that is, to live with honesty, wisdom, and compassion in the face of whatever life surprises you with.
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    brigitta setyorinihas quoted3 years ago
    The short answer to this question is “drop fixed mind.” As I mentioned earlier, any time we start to think that our particular thoughts, emotions, or opinions are right and someone else’s are wrong, we are setting ourselves up for conflict. The world does not need more conflict. It needs intimacy.
    brigitta setyorinihas quoted3 years ago
    So it is with people: first let them do what they want, and watch them. This is the best policy. To ignore them is not good; that is the worst policy. The second worst is trying to control them. The best one is to watch them, just to watch them, without trying to control them.”12
    brigitta setyorinihas quoted3 years ago
    “If you cannot create, you have no right to destroy. If you cannot give life, you don’t have the right to give death to any living thing.”

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