Right Thinking

Right ThinkingOne of the most difficult things to do, personally speaking, is to remain in a constant life-state when confronted by the highs and lows of life.

One of the aims of Nichiren Practice is to smooth out the emotional highs and lows in life. through right thinking.

A Buddhist quotation says that “The Wise Man is neither elated by success nor deflated by failure”.

That is not to say that you cannot be happy when you succeed, or sad when you fail, it’s about the intensity of those feelings and trying to stay nearer the mid-point.

I find it tough at times, but I’m getting better.

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