Dharma Talk: Don’t Argue With Fools - Practices for Working With Insult
Though the experience of being insulted can feel extremely painful, it’s actually a common experience that happens to all of us. Sadly, though, if we continue to cling to each and every barb, it can greatly affect the quality of our lives. This talk explores some of the Buddha’s teachings on this subject, and how it can help us work through these experiences with the qualities of kindness and compassion, rather than with a sense of bitterness, anger, or hatred.
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