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Jing Si Aphorisms, Volume One

Jing Si Aphorisms, Volume OneJing Si Aphorisms, Volume One (then called Still Thoughts) was first published in 1996. The Jing Si series volumes succinctly and directly penetrate the heart of the Dharma to offer guidance for life in these modern times. Each short saying carries deep wisdom that leads readers to reflect and engage the Buddha’s teachings in their daily lives. The second part collects the common doubts and worries the general public holds; Dharma Master Cheng Yen answers these life questions with Dharma’s wisdom.Read more...

The Essence of Filial Piety--The First Lesson to a Happy Life

The Essence of Filial Piety--The First Lesson to a Happy LifeDharma Master Cheng Yen frequently makes filial piety a central theme of her tea... Read more...

New Book: From Austerity to Prosperity

New Book: From Austerity to ProsperityWhat comes to your mind when you see the phrase, “from austerity to prosperity,”... Read more...

The Power of the Heart

The Power of the HeartIn this book, Dharma Master Cheng Yen’s spiritual teachings are compiled into re... Read more...

Jing Si Aphorisms

Jing Si AphorismsTimeless and easily comprehensible, Jing Si Aphorisms serve as a food for though... Read more...

Life Economics

Life EconomicsThe state of the earth’s ecology is truly very worrisome. If we wish to mitigate... Read more...

Great Love as a Running Water

Great Love as a Running  Water Synopsis
When established the Tzu Chi Stem Cell Center , Master Cheng Yen encountered... Read more...

Looking at Depression

Looking at Depression [ ESSENCE OF THE BODHI MIND SERIES ]
Master Cheng Yen encourages everyone to...

Jing Si Aphorisms

Jing Si Aphorisms Synopsis
"Following and applying the teachings of Buddha in our daily lives and t... Read more...
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" Abide by your principles in everything you do. Never do things just to satisfy others. For rather than satisfying them, you may be in over your head. "
Jing-Si Aphorism