Our regular blog on all things relating to Buddhism and the Buddha - including the bizarre ,strange ,magnificent and awesome elements of what is the world's most peaceful and inspiring religous philosophy.
"I never see what has been done; I only see what remains to be done."
He has said that the lessons of Buddhism are more needed today than ever.
It's nice to see a religion that focuses on outcomes rather than process but why do they say this ....
The first benefit of a mindful approach is to help soften rigid identities — racial, sexual, religious, and national — that can often lead to conflicts.
The second regards demilitarization – a world in which the number of arms and weapons are reducing is a better world and throughout history there have been cycles where monasticism has replaced militarism in the advance of a society take Tibet and Nepal for instance.