The word “buddha” tells us exactly the job to be done.

  The etymology of the word “buddha” is very delicious: budh implies the utter eradication of all delusions, all the neuroses, the painful emotions such as attachment, anger, low self-esteem and, of course, the root of them all, the primordial...

When there’s no attachment, there’s joy

  It’s impossible to be content when there is attachment. It’s just how it is. So, clearly, if that’s so, we need to understand attachment.   By definition, the Buddha’s view of attachment is discontent, dissatisfaction in its nature. Attachment is a cute...

Attachment to being liked or genuine kindness?

Many people have a natural tendency to be kind and to want to help others. So special! However, these same people also often feel that they are people-pleasers: forever trying to keep the peace, make everything nice, make people happy. And they also often feel that...