Because our lifespans are brief, life is even more valuable. Since it is not easy to be born in the world as a human being, we should as ourselves whether we have developed our capabilities to the utmost during our lifetime rather than.
Regardless of how much pain and trouble we go through accomplishing something.
The mind should be like a clear moon: where there is water, there is the moon, reflected. The mind should be like the sky: when the clouds part, there is a clear sky.
By maintaining a good heart at every moment, every day is a good day. If at every instance therer is right mindfulness, then any time, any direction, any location is auspicious.
A compassionate heart is a clear and cool place.
Mercy is “giving happiness”, giving all living beings joy and happiness.
Compassion is sympathy. The compassionate heart is able to forgive, be patient, and express tolerance and love. The most fortunate thing in life is being able to forgive and sympathize with all living beings.
In the same way that a value without a figure is a “limitless amount”, not counting the effort one puts out is “Great Compassion.” To give one’s labour and service happily is more than “Joyous Giving.”
The injury is on their bodies, the pain is in my heart.
Don’t close yourself off. You should love others first, and then others will love you.
Only those who respect themselves have the courage to humble themselves even more.
When people can live harmoniously together, there is no dispute.
Everyone seeks “to have.”What is “to have”?It is to have worries.
Learn to have a steady mind.
Forget the worries of the past and be free today.
If you broaden your mind, you will naturally stop worrying.
Cultivate your own field of blessings and reap your own good fortune.
When your suffering is finished, fortune will come; when your blessings are used up, misfortune will come.
If you have a bad temper and a foul mouth, then no matter how good your heart is, you are not a good person.
It is easy to think about one’s big mistakes, but very hard to get rid of small bad habits.
Good words are like lotus flowers blooming out from your mouth；bad words are like poisonous snakes hissing out from your lips.
Intentions beget blessing ,vows beget strengths.
A gentleman is like water,which takes the shape of the container into which it flows:he is cmfortable in any situation.
One who has a heart of love has blessings;one who can eliminate worry has wisdom.
Giving alms is just like sowing seeds;the seeds will bud when nourished with a loving heart.
Our vows should he great,our resolves should he firm,our temperament should he tender,and our mind should he prudent.
To cultivate morality, you must cultivate your mind in all occasions, train your mind in all situations,and elevate your mind in all places.
There are things in life that cannot wait; fulfilling filial piety and doing
Recognize, appreciate and repay your parents' love.
One should be afraid not of committing mistakes, but of not correcting them. It is not difficult to correct mistakes.
Include me when doing good deeds; exclude me when doing evil deeds.
An idle man has no pleasure; a busy man has no time for dispute.
To change yourself is to save yourself; to influence others is to save other
Giving vent to anger is temporary insanity.
Only through repentance of one's sins will one achieve tranquility and relief
from worry and anxiety.
We do not have a claim on our life, but only the right to use it.
A frown and a smile are both possible. Why not smile?
Do not think too highly of yourself, and yet, never underestimate your ability.
Speak good words, have good thoughts, do good deeds, and walk the right path.
The beauty of humanity lies in honesty. The value of humanity lies in faith.
To give is better than to receive.
We help others with our palms down; We ask for help with our palms up; Helping
brings happiness, begging brings pain.
Be willing to do, be happy to bear.
Always bear in mind the following virtues: understanding, forgiveness,
gratitude, contentment, and treasuring your blessings.
To do whatever should be done is wisdom; to do whatever should not be done is
Our greatest enemy is probably not others, but ourselves.
Let us compete with who is more loving, not on who is more feared.
We can never improve if we always make excuses for ourselves.
One who constantly looks down on others reveals his lack of moral
The more effort you put into your work, the more ability you gain.
It is better to have a generous heart than a spacious dwelling.
Getting angry is actually punishing ourselves for the mistakes of others.
A person's happiness stem not from how much he owns but from how little he
Money does not necessarily bring happiness. A person with a clean conscience is
most at peace.
Before criticizing other, consider whether we are perfect and without fault.
If we are unwilling to do little chores, it will be difficult to accomplish