New year


For this Tuesday’s dharma talk the topic will be: resolutions, resolution, and discipline. We’ll look at all the various meanings associated with those terms. What does it mean to be disciplined, or “have a discipline”? Why is it sometimes so frustrating? Does it make sense to make New Year’s resolutions? How do you resolve to do things, and what kind of guide do we use when we make these decisions?


“Do not consider the faults of others

or what they have or haven’t done.

Consider rather what you yourself have or haven’t done.”

– The Dhammapada




About jakekarlins

Aspiring writer and artist, dharma practitioner, yogi.

Posted on December 31, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and the ping back 🙂 That is a great quote, glad I came by for a visit!

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