“When, friends, a noble disciple understands the unwholesome,the root of the unwholesome, the wholesome, and the root of the wholesome, in that way he is one of right view, whose view is straight, who has perfect confidence in the Dhamma… Read More ›
There is suffering; caused by grasping and clinging – purify your mind. Words and photo by Stephanie Mohan – based on the teachings of the Buddha.
Borderline behaviour; the line may well have been crossed – good intentions gone awry. Comment and questions for reflection There is often a fine line between what could be construed as wholesome behaviour versus unwholesome. It may often be in… Read More ›
Virtuous speech, conduct and work are the three pillars of wholesome living. Stephanie Mohan – May 2015 photo – thanks friend Rangaram
“A man once took instruction from a wandering holy man. After a few days the holy man went away leaving his disciple to meditate in a hut on the outskirts of a small village. The new monk would go out… Read More ›