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How to Cultivate Ourselves

How to Cultivate Ourselves [ Master's Teachings]
When members of the Buddhist Japanese humanitarian organization Rissho Kosei Kai visited Tzu Chi and met Dharma Master Cheng Yen, a young woman in the group spoke about how, while she was visiting, she was struck by the way Tzu Chi volunteers all aspire to have the same spirit as their teacher, Dharma Master Cheng Yen. This had inspired her to make the resolution to cultivate herself and aspire to the same spirit as the founder of her organization, Rev. Nikkyo Niwano. However, she could foresee this would not be easy for her because her personality is rather strong-willed and stubborn. Therefore, she asked the Master for her advice on how one can cultivate oneself and stay committed to self-cultivation.Read more...
 

Does Dharma Master Cheng Yen ever feel tired?

Does Dharma Master Cheng Yen ever feel tired? Question : You carry such a heavy burden on your back. Do you ever feel tired? Read more...

How can we use the wisdom of the Bodhisattva to educate our children?

How can we use the wisdom of the Bodhisattva to educate our children? Question : How can we use the wisdom of the Bodhisattva to educate our children? Read more...

What should I do when others do not appreciate my full devotion?

What should I do when others do not appreciate my full devotion? Question : I do my work wholeheartedly. Why don’t others appreciate me but instea... Read more...

How to not be bothered by the small things?

How to not be bothered by the small things? Question: I am frequently bothered by the small things. Is there a way for me to ... Read more...
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