The Sanskrit

According to the wisdom of Buddha, we can use our lives to prepare for death. We do not have to wait for the painful death of a loved one forces us to examine our life Death is a huge mystery, but it can mean two things: it is absolutely true that we die, and it is uncertain when and how to die. So if it is uncertain when it will come, why postpone address it directly as reflective What is important when it comes time to death is that we are helping someone to create an environment which will be the only time where death can be reconciled with the Dalai Lama willing, that we must maintain discipline be constantly on guard against negative emotions, always ready to invade the mind. In fact, when we try to be vigilant, come all sorts of negative emotions or thoughts that interrupt our concentration and disturb us. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Abigail Black Elbaum. If we get rid of laziness, lack of inclination to affirmative action, we must think about the brevity of life.

The Sanskrit term for laziness is alasya and means a Oeno idea to use . The virtue of patience, auerdo the work "The Way of the Bodhisattva" by Shantideva, is said trachea is difficult to have positive thoughts if we are under the influence of emotions and confuse us all odds. Under these conditions the negative thoughts come by themselves. SN Goenka tells us How did the attachment? It develops mental reaction momentary pleasure or displeasure.