Conversions and attempts at conversion are something we may keep quiet about. This week we explore this prickly topic and how we can manage proselytising when it happens. On the flip side, do Buddhist try to convert others?1. "Hi, would you like to convert to my religion?": Agreeing to disagree2. Do Buddhists convert people? : Don't Ask Strangers If They've Found Buddha
How do I make tough decisions and solve issues at work?: Applying Buddhist principles at the Workplace
How often do we rush into making decisions and end up making more mistakes? Using the four noble truths and understanding the mental hindrances might be a useful framework for your next decision at work
This month, we focused on mental health as part of suicide prevention and awareness. This week we cover more on what's happening at home. Here's two stories to support our journey in becoming a better support!
1. Top 7 signs of toxic parents
2. Responding to negative memories? Here is one monk's advice
We spend more than a quarter of our adult lives at the workplace. Knowing how to choose your workplace can either build or destroy your character. Choosing the right people, and culture, and asking the right questions is crucial!
I intended to have a mindful, focused, wholesome trip alone to London. It wasn’t. I remind myself to remain compassionate towards myself. From hyde park to a seedy-looking pizza shop, what can we learn about our minds and self-critic?
白发送黑发 (White-haired person sends off black-haired person) is a common taboo subject that we avoid in our culture. However, it happens. Elderly sometimes have to witness the death of their offspring. How do we deal with such situations? Today, in the spirit of ghost month, we explore the topic of death.
1. My daughter died of leukemia. Is it possible to ever be truly happy again?
2. Grief and loss. Here's how attending a concert shows you the difference.