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Dharma Talks

The Steadying Power of Patience

Patience, one of Buddhism’s ten paramis (perfections), is a steadying force that supports us during times of trial and stress. Insight Meditation teacher Dawn Scott explains how to cultivate this noble and essential attribute and how it can reveal a wealth of meaning in everyday experiences.

By Dawn Scott

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Allan Lokos: Patience in Relationships

This post contains audio, video, or images. View media now During the month of February, we’re reading Allan Lokos’s Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living at the Tricycle Book Club. Pick up a copy and join the discussion here. Below is an excerpt from the book. “One day, Ananda, who had been deep in thought […]

By Tricycle
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MagazineTeachings

Anger and Patience

“There is no error greater than hatred, And nothing mightier than patience. So I strive in every way to learn patience.” —Shakyamuni Buddha Think of anger. Anger is the mind that wishes to harm and hurt. Patience is the mind that holds back from harming or hurting. Anger is most difficult to deal with; patience […]

By Nawang Gehlek Rimpoche
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