General forum on the teachings of all schools of Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism. Topics specific to one school are best posted in the appropriate sub-forum.
It is not important what others believe. It's even less important what we believe. To most non-religious people logic and reason are the tools they trust. But logic and reason have hard limits. That is why I am a Buddhist. Teach the Dharma. Don't preach it.
Agree. Living examples of Buddha, nurture the heart. To be in such surrounding is an incomparable gift for them.yan kong wrote:I stand by my claim. If the study and practice of the Dharma has a positive or transformative effect on your life then perhaps your wife will see that.Dharma Flower wrote:Since my wife is non-religious, I am not allowed to teach our children about Buddhism until they are old enough to study the scriptures for themselves, which I guess is for the best.yan kong wrote:I'd say spend most of your energy realizing the essence found within all those sutras then once you have realized truth you can work on converting the masses through example.
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