"Own nothing is virtue of letting go. It helps you don’t depend on physical property. You work hard to live useful life for yourself, for others and for beings."

Four truth of life

Loving each others but can not stay together is suffering. Hating each others but stay together or meet everyday is suffering. Wanting but don't getting is suffering.

Give up fame, loving, money, eating, drinking, sleeping, less wanting, know enough is holy conduct that I learn from Buddha and my master. Such as Salmon fish swim upstream to spawn. The Buddha and my master were always live useful life for beings.

The Buddhism is humanistic ethics which based on the rule of causes and effects. Living the life useful for yourself , for others and for beings.

What is right understanding ?

Buddhism is humanistic ethics of human. Buddhism brings light for everyone by right understanding about real nature of life. And you are the person who will lighting your life by your right action so that it's useful for yourself, for others and for beings.

5 ways to leave of bad thinking

When bad thinking such as greedy, selfish, jealous, arrogant, doubt, angry, ignorance...that hurt you, hurt others start form in your mindset. Immediately think about good thinking opposite with bad thinking. Such as : compassion, forgive, love, helping, kindness, trust, joyful and letting go.

Should respect others personality

We should respect thinking , action and speech of others. Even It is bad or good. The right thing to do is we should give them right understanding , right thinking, right action and right speech to lead them to the right path. Because everyone was born with their own personality in very specific living... Continue Reading →

Shouldn’t use honey because loving for Bees

As we know, honey is produced by bees collecting nectar for use as sugars consumed to support metabolism of muscle activity during foraging or to be stored as a long-term food supply. During foraging, bees access part of the nectar collected to support metabolic activity of flight muscles, with the majority of collected nectar destined for regurgitation, digestion, and storage as honey. In... Continue Reading →

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