Buddhist guide to dating

13-Jul-2017 09:58

For the ordinary man, as for the child, it is difficult to make a distinction between happiness and pleasure.

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Many people who experienced frustrations and sufferings hope and pray to find happiness for present life and here after; others, though enjoying a large measure of happiness on earth, are still not contented and crave for eternal bliss in heaven after leaving this world.

From time immemorial, man has been preoccupied with the pursuit of happiness in life, from the cradle to the grave.

He works and struggles very hard to attain happiness, very often without knowing exactly what happiness means because of his ignorance of the nature of life.

The "Seven Great Temples of Nara" (Nanto Shichi Daiji), which flourished before Japan's capital moved from Nara to Kyoto in 795, were Todaiji (Great Eastern Temple), Saidaiji (Great Western Temple), Yakushiji, Horyuji, Kofukuji, Gangoji and Daianji (Great Peace Temple).

All except the latter two retain some of their original magnificence.

Many people who experienced frustrations and sufferings hope and pray to find happiness for present life and here after; others, though enjoying a large measure of happiness on earth, are still not contented and crave for eternal bliss in heaven after leaving this world.

From time immemorial, man has been preoccupied with the pursuit of happiness in life, from the cradle to the grave.

He works and struggles very hard to attain happiness, very often without knowing exactly what happiness means because of his ignorance of the nature of life.

The "Seven Great Temples of Nara" (Nanto Shichi Daiji), which flourished before Japan's capital moved from Nara to Kyoto in 795, were Todaiji (Great Eastern Temple), Saidaiji (Great Western Temple), Yakushiji, Horyuji, Kofukuji, Gangoji and Daianji (Great Peace Temple).

All except the latter two retain some of their original magnificence.

The cat was instantly dubbed "Attamaew" (The Monk Cat), as he was widely seen as a parody of the notorious multi-millionaire monk Luang Phu Nen Kham who hit headlines in Thailand last year when a footage of him riding on a private jet with luxurious personal items such as Louis Vuitton bag emerged on the social media.