The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching - Study Guide Chapter Twenty-Eight Summary & Analysis

Nhat Hanh
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Happiness and beauty lie in our hearts. A wise person who is suffering looks for a way to be free from it and how it came about. When people do not seem to love and understand us, we must be more loving and understanding. We are co-responsible for suffering. We can apply the teachings through our actions. We can learn mindful living, develop understanding and compassion and alleviate suffering. We can look deeply into the Five Aggregates, and remember the reality of no-birth and no-death.

We need quiet refuge, peace in our schools, quiet rooms in hospitals and City Halls. Hanha asks professionals to help us create institutions that will promote collective awakening. It is irresponsible to elect unhappy people to legislate our affairs. To enter the heart of Buddha, we must enter our own hearts, be present and touch impermanence. We bring...

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