He works and struggles very hard to attain happiness, very often without knowing exactly what happiness means because of his ignorance of the nature of life.
This may be the best site site of all the best sites for Buddhists, as it offers an opportunity to practice how we deal with unskillful emotions in oursleves, and in others. If a zen master were sitting next to the chief technical officer of Twitter, what would they talk about?Besides the Interdependence Project One City blog, which I humbly submit manages to have a more relevant, lively, and consistent conversation about Buddhist technique in 21st century lifestyle than anyone else out there – I’ve found that there are a handful of blogs and websites I always come back to.So in no particular order, here are the 10 of the best websites to check out when exploring your own practice (or just if you’re just curious about Buddhism). How to Save the World Dave Pollard is an extraordinary thinker who has been writing for years about the intersection of environment, intentional community, and personal choices and “a better understanding of how the world really works”.Lately heâ€™s particularly interested in Buddhist philosophy and Buddhist terminology. From time immemorial, man has been preoccupied with the pursuit of happiness in life, from the cradle to the grave.