Tag: mindful living

Posted on: January 18, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Are you really living?

Being in the present moment means being really alive, and being in touch with the life in and around us. If our mind is either drawn by either the past, or the future, or by anxious or angry intentions, then we are not really living our lives. The French writer Albert Camus said of those who “live like a dead person” (in the novel L’Étranger), that’s how. To live means…

Posted on: October 20, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Live mindfully in every moment

“Being present” is the only way to live life to the fullest. Appreciate the moments in the present to live happily. Wake up today I see blue sky The sky is shining Your eyes are sparkling Wake up today I see steady legs Right hand lifting left hand I feel a big heart Wake up today My lips smile Chirping baby bird I find life happy Wake up today I…

Posted on: October 4, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Gentle way of life

The gentle method of living is designed to balance all aspects of life and is applicable to all cultures and religions. I am part of mother nature You don’t have to pay to be able to practice and improve dramatically based on each person’s physical, emotional, mental and spiritual condition to the fullest. Based on psychophysiological standards, this method of living can fundamentally promote health and well-being, and strengthen one’s…

Posted on: June 17, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Fearless smile

There are times when I am happy, but most of the time I smile at the thoughts that keep popping up in my mind. My thinking can be positive and joyful, or it can be silly, chaotic, negative, or evil. Instead of hating myself or denying that rudeness, I learned to smile at it, a fearless smile – fearless. Now and here A group of Koreans visited Bich Nham Monastery…

Posted on: June 15, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Everything in life is easy to come and easy to go

“For every day that passes, we lose a day of our life, so we must live in a meaningful way, not squander it or trade it for trivial material things…” Time, youth, and life are also the most precious things that our parents have given us. What is seen is impermanent People often say that what is easy to come is also easy to go. In this world, money and…

Posted on: May 28, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Living mindfully from growing vegetables

Mindfulness allows gardeners to protect and cultivate more effectively, it allows a Buddhist to take care of their life and enjoy it more often. In this way, we can put an end to suffering for both ourselves and all sentient beings. Washing dishes, raking dry leaves: Wisdom from the ancestors Gardening has become an integral part of my life. My father made a living as a reclaimer when he was…