Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Via Buddhism on Beliefnet:

Daily Buddhist Wisdom

Think not of the faults of others, of what they have done or not done. Think rather of your own sins, of the things you have done or not done.
- Buddha

Via Tricycle Daily Dharma:

Tricycle Daily Dharma November 28, 2012

A Radical Challenge

The Buddha presented a radical challenge to the way we see the world, both the world that was seen two millennia ago and the world that is seen today. What he taught is not different, it is not an alternative, it is the opposite. That the path that we think will lead us to happiness leads instead to sorrow. That what we believe is true is instead false. That what we imagine to be real is unreal. A certain value lies in remembering that challenge from time to time.
- Donald S. Lopez, "The Scientific Buddha"
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