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Jing Si Aphorisms has 17 ratings and 3 reviews. Buddhist Wisdom. Translated into English, Japanese, Chinese, and Master Cheng Yen’s Jing. Timeless and easily comprehensible, Jing Si Aphorisms serve as a food for thought and spiritual nourishment for people as they are faced with. Master Cheng Yen’s Jing Si Aphorisms books transcend racial and religious barriers. They promote heart-to-heart dialogues. Through the.

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About this Jing Si Aphorism: Then our minds will relax and we will relax and we will begin to gain wisdom. In handling matters, let your mind influence your heart. Inshe was presented with the Rotary International Award of Honor in recognition of her humanitarian efforts and contributions to world peace. Over time, we can build great character, achieve great success, and cultivate great virtue.

Include me in doing good deeds; exclude me in evil deeds.

The first aphprisms on the path of Buddhism is to lessen our desires and be satisfied with what we have. Faye Ong marked it as to-read Nov 22, Robert Myles is currently reading it Apr 09, You are commenting using your Facebook account. Open Preview See a Problem? The one with a fickle mind will always stay at the starting point and never makes the first move. When we make changes, we are saving ourselves; when we can influence others, we are saving others.


Repentance purifies the mind; a pure mind can readily sweep away afflictions.

Jing Si Aphorisms

Know your blessings, cherish them and sow more blessings. A person who always makes excuses for himself can never improve.

Leslie Hardin marked it as to-read Dec 20, One who is content is immensely broadhearted. This site uses cookies.

I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others. Remain soft-spoken and forgiving, even when the reason is on your side. Jing Si Aphorisms 4. A tolerant minded person would be tolerant of others and matters. About Shih Cheng Yen.

Master Cheng Yen’s Jing Si Aphorisms

Her exquisite words and caring thoughts inspire wisdom and provide direction amidst delusional thinking. Didit is currently reading it May 25, Samuel Sanchinel added it Jul 31, Gain comes after giving. A chipped cup still looks good when viewed from another angle. Forgive those who unintentionally hurt aphorismz. To see what jihg friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Farzana added it Dec 23, Every achievement begins with a firm decision.

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Dmitry rated it really liked it Sep 25, P To willingly undergo hardship for the sake of helping others is compassion. For rather than satisfying them, you may get in over your head. Do not underestimate ourselves as man has unlimited potential. Be willing to do and be happy to bear. Books by Shih Cheng Yen. In dealing with people, let your heart influence your mind.


aphorissm Because seeing virtue in others is in itself a virtue, in appreciating others, we in fact dignify ourselves. One must overcome difficulty instead of being overcome by difficulty. Seng Hew kiang marked it as to-read Oct 09, We must carry out our tasks according to principles, and not let our principles be compromised by our tasks.

Our demands on others bring endless misery. If you cannot influence others, just do your own duties well.

Nothing is impossible with confidence, perseverance, and courage. Daniel added it May 07, If we relentlessly make demands on others, the hardship from those unsatisfied demands could become endless.