Friday, August 1, 2014

[Ensinamentos Budistas 326]

SF Gay Men's Chorus Celebrates the End of Prop 8

A violência invisível - Monja Coen Roshi

Publicado em 05/05/2013
Palestra do ciclo "A Banalização do Mal, Ensaios Sobre Fenômenos Líquidos" da Escola Paulista de Psicanálise. Realizada no auditório da Livraria Martins Fontes de São Paulo. Neste encontro a Monja Coen Roshi, missionária da Tradição Zen Sotoshu do Japão, abordou o tema: "A violência invisível".

Flower of the Day: 08/01/14

“At some point, one tires of walking in the circles of ignorance, because one becomes aware that one’s actions generate more and more suffering each time. One sees oneself stuck in the same place, and feels a sincere willingness to go beyond this place and to free oneself of all lies and self-deceit. So one says: ‘I want to know what my responsibility is in this game. Why do I keep repeating the same negative situations? Why am I always falling in the same hole?’ At this moment, one commits oneself to the truth, as much as it may hurt one’s vanity.”
Sri Prem Baba

Walt Disney - Ferdinand The Bull - 1938

Via Daily Dharma

Ignorance is King | August 1, 2014

Ignorance is like the king, and clinging attachment and hostility are his ministers. To rid ourselves of the king's minions we must get rid of the king. And so it is of greatest importance to identify ignorance properly.
- Geshe Sonam Rinchen, "Like a Pig In..." 

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