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Come prepared to learn about mindfulness meditation.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi Jerry, it was so nice to meet you last Thursday. I was thinking about our last discussion about why it is Buddhism teaches us to say kind words to other when it also teaches us to be not affected by words. The reason is Buddha had a keen insight into the typical human mind. When people are complimented we automatically feel good. Passing on kind words and deeds to other helps them feel good. While Buddhists have a sense that we love ourselves and are unaffected by positive or negative words, it's understanding and being mindful of the world around us that's important.

    March 8, 2014

    • Jerry H.

      I think you hit the nail right on the head.

      March 11, 2014

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