Portsmouth Buddhist Center

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

On Tue, 23 April, 2013 - 12:54
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If actions speak louder than words, what do our consumer purchases, food choices and habits of body tell us about our cravings and our ability to avoid harm to ourselves and others?

This week we will be exploring guiding ethical principles that can help inform our decision-making and focus of our practice efforts.

Join us for Sangha Night, Wednesdays, 7 - 9 pm.
40 Congress Street, 4th floor. Doors open at 6.45.
All are welcome!

This is part of our 10-week series: Walking, Running and Stumbling Along the Noble Eightfold Path

One of the central teachings of Buddhism is the Noble Eight Fold Path. Intellectually it holds interest as being one of the first teachings; but its true value to each of us is the extent to which we integrate the teaching into the many varied moments of our lives. On the meditation cushion and off, at work and at home, at play and at rest, the path offers guidance.

Viriyagita and Suzanne will be exploring the Eightfold path with an emphasis on using the teaching to nurture our inspiration and to develop the conditions in our daily life to experience greater contentment, deepen our well of kindness, and glimpse the Truth. This exploration will begin Wednesday April 3rd and continue for approximately 10 weeks.
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