Tag: behavior

Behavior Issues

Sometime last fall, the twenty-something Southeast Asian whore Raul was screwing around with before he left this house decided she was going to be the biggest, bitchiest, shittiest, asshole should could possibly be. She made this decision with a couple of others (Javier & Nasty Ass) and immediately proceeded to put their plan of attack […]

Taking Responsibility, NOT Accepting Blame

responsibility, taking responsibility, blame, buddhism, happiness, behavior

There is a big difference between taking responsibility for your own life – your own decisions, choices, circumstances, and happiness – and accepting someone else’s blame for the miserable circumstances they have found themselves in. It took me a long time to realize this, especially considering the fact that the people who were always blaming […]

Every Person Deserves Respect

respect, peace, happiness, behavior, buddhism

What does Bodhisattva Never Disparaging’s profound respect for people signify? The purpose of the appearance in this world of Shakyamuni Buddha, the lord of teachings, lies in his behavior as a human being. Nichiren Daishonin – “Three Kinds of Treasure” This quote has always had profound meaning for me. The story behind Bodhisattva Never Disparaging […]

A New Definition of Progress

I read an interesting article in my Living Buddhism magazine yesterday that featured a dialogue between SGI President Ikeda and the British historian Arnold Toynbee. The dialogue was an excerpt from the book Choose Life: A Dialogue. In this article Ikeda state’s that “As mankind has made technological progress, its standards of morality have tended to decline,” and […]