The Master Answers
Someone asked,” As a cancer patient, I feel miserable every day, how do I minimize my suffering?”
Someone asked, “How should we perceive the world?”
Someone asked Master Cheng Yen, “How do you accept your fate? How do you change your destiny?
Someone asked Dharma Master Cheng Yen, “Master, aren’t you disturbed by the heaps of matters you have to deal with every day? How do you resolve your worries and troubles?”
Someone asked, “How do we eradicate afflictions and become enlightened?”
Why is there pollution of the mind? Why is there biasness? Why is there misconception?
Shall we express our thought in a straightforward way? Does having a straightforward mind mean saying what is in our mind directly?
Someone asked Master Cheng Yen, “What is true giving?”
Adopting a vegetarian diet helps us purify our mind and preserve our compassion.
Superstitions are beliefs resulting from ignorance and they exist in our everyday life.
Mindfulness is knowing how to make use of time and be able to seize the moment.
I have a friend who is happy to help others, but that friend thinks that witnessing too much of sadness could lead one into depression.