Responding to everyday frustrations and irritations

Dealing with Frustrations

By Ekanath Easwaran

Remember the Buddha’s words: “All that we are is the result of what we have thought.” If our thinking is based on stimulus and response, he is trying to tell us, then most of us live like puppets, moved by patterns of thinking built up over years of repetition. These habits of mind cause us to say and do certain things habitually. They motivate our actions and …

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One Response to Responding to everyday frustrations and irritations

  1. joeythebuddhist says:

    Great post🙂

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