A non religious discussion about Buddhism in daily life
Many people have the misconception that spiritual life or religious life is somewhere up there in the sky—an ethereal or mystical reality—and that our everyday life is too mundane and not so nice.
Often people think that to be a spiritual person, we must ignore or neglect our everyday life, and go into another, special realm. Actually, I think being a spiritual person means becoming a real human being.
Thich Nhat Hanh, a well-known Vietnamese monk, said, "It is not so important whether you walk on water or walk in space. The true miracle is to walk on earth." It’s true. In other words, becoming a kind human being is probably the greatest miracle we can perform.
Hosting Pascal & Cori.
“Born in Dublin-Ireland Pascal Coyne is now a Buddhist leader for the North of London , sits on a UK National Buddhist study committee and works as a Life moment coach & also as a business coach for Dale Carnegie as a freelance trainer.”
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