Jing Si Aphorisms has 17 ratings and 3 reviews. Buddhist Wisdom. Translated into English, Japanese, Chinese, and Master Cheng Yen’s Jing. Timeless and easily comprehensible, Jing Si Aphorisms serve as a food for thought and spiritual nourishment for people as they are faced with. Master Cheng Yen’s Jing Si Aphorisms books transcend racial and religious barriers. They promote heart-to-heart dialogues. Through the.
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To shoulder a burden is an inspiring force. Ismail marked it as to-read Jul 08, If we relentlessly make demands on others, the hardship from those unsatisfied demands could become endless.
Jing Si Aphorisms
Paul Harrison marked it as to-read Dec 11, Ning Those who have great wisdom must all the more be humble and unassuming, just like the rice stalk that bows under the weight of ripe grain.
When walking, as we step one foot forward, we lift the other foot up. Didit is currently reading it May 25, Marianna rated it it was amazing Sep 03, We start to slacken the minute we find excuses for ourself. Inshe was presented with the Rotary International Award of Honor in recognition of her humanitarian efforts and contributions to world peace.
People who are preoccupied with past achievements cannot humble themselves. Repentance purifies the mind; a pure mind can readily sweep away afflictions. They are afflicted either because they are worried aphoriisms losing what own, or that they are constantly pursuing for uing.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Then our minds will relax and we will relax and we will begin to gain wisdom. Only those who respect themselves have the courage to be humble. My own translation from the original Mandarin version: There is no one on this earth I cannot love, trust and forgive. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Translated into English, Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish. Refresh and try again. It is easy to reflect on major mistakes, and aphorismx hard to eliminate small bad habits.
Why is life so bitter? The hardest thing for people to see is themselves.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Son marked it as to-read Mar 25, Hold on to the goodness that is in our heart at this present moment and take care to fulfill the duties that we have at hand.
Jing Si Aphorisms by Shih Cheng Yen
It is better to speak less and make sure whatever you say is something good. Autumn rated it really liked it Jun 21, Wirata Dharma marked it as to-read Feb 28, Hardships and difficulties in dealing with people and events are a kind of test.
Rebecca Wong marked it as to-read Feb 27, Forgive those who unintentionally hurt us. Use resolve to organize the time you are given.
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We must always reflect upon our own mistakes at a quiet time. Email required Address never made public. Before criticizing others, think first whether we are perfect.
One encounters difficulties and obstacles mainly because one cannot overcome petty concerns and has the tendency to compare with others.