As the Buddha taught, even when you get everything you want and ever wished for, there's still suffering (disappointment, dissatisfaction, radical lack of fulfillment).
|Are they too big?|
Emily Ratajkowski wants to get more work, but she says people don’t like her “big boobs.”
“It’s like an anti-woman thing, people don’t want to work with me because my boobs are too big.
“What’s wrong with boobs? They’re a beautiful, feminine thing that needs to be celebrated. Like, who cares?” she continued. More + VIDEO
Dhr. Seven, Amber Larson, Crystal Quintero, Wisdom Quarterly (COMMENTARY)
|There is a worldwide boob industry worth billions in annual sales for everything from beer to bras, bikinis to cars, self-esteem to plastic surgery, magazines, ad nauseum (si.com).|
Dukkha is a terrible thing, so terrible it sent the young, handsome Prince Siddhartha out of Central Asia into India to "find himself," to discover an "end to suffering. The solution to the problem of suffering can only be understood and appreciated by understanding how serious and deep the problem is. That is exactly what we will not ordinarily do.
But when suffering gets so bad, it is possible that we might actually listen and open internally to what we fear. The Buddha gave the problem and solution in the form of an ancient Indian physician, according to the ancient medical model of the day:
- There is a problem: diagnosis
- There is a cause: etiology
- There is (or is not) a solution: prognosis
- There is a course of treatment: prescription
|Ahh, nirvana transcends it all!|
How to be happy
|How can I be happy and satisfied?|
Nirvana is the supreme realization