Discover the wisdom of Buddha's teachings reflected in the 2023 film 'Barbie', directed by Greta Gerwig. Explore how Barbie's journey mirrors concepts of non-self, suffering, and mindfulness
I always thought of suttas as always being serious and all about practice. Having dived deeper into them, I found some that were extremely helpful in becoming a better partner to my husband.
My relationship with my husband was going stale and we both felt a sense of draining affection in our marriage; attending a Dhamma talk was a pivotal change for our relationship.
Does it suck when our help is rejected even though we know we can REALLY help the person? Frustration often sets in. How can we approach helping others who don’t want our care?