Buddhism For Geeks – Path To Enlightenment Is Like Continuous Integration

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If you’re defining yourself as a geek, then the term “continuous integration” may sound familiar to you. But for all the others, let me clarify some things. According to Wikipedia: In software engineering, continuous integration (CI) is the practice of merging all developers’ working copies to a shared mainline several times a day. The main reason for this is, as … Read more Buddhism For Geeks – Path To Enlightenment Is Like Continuous Integration

Pujas And Patching – And Why They Work

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As I already wrote in the first post of these series, the concept of Karma is at the same time simpler, but more inclusive than the popular Western belief “justice shall be made”. There is no external judge, applying some external “justice”. It’s just that the consequences of your own actions are inescapable: if you … Read more Pujas And Patching – And Why They Work

100 Ways To Live A Better Life – 66. Say Something Nice To Yourself

 Ok, but if nobody is telling you nice things, why not start it yourself? Do it in whatever form you think it’s appropriate: send yourself emails, write in your calendar or leave yourself nice post- its on the desk. With something nice just for you. I know it sounds awkward and, to some extent, it is. But … Read more 100 Ways To Live A Better Life – 66. Say Something Nice To Yourself

100 Ways To Live A Better Life – 64. Meditate Daily

It’s the easiest thing you can do. True meditation acts like a mind emptier, leaving you open to the whole flow of the sensations and experiences you would otherwise ignore. You don’t even need a complicated technique, meditate as you see fit. In my experience, the biggest obstacle in experiencing the benefits of meditation is … Read more 100 Ways To Live A Better Life – 64. Meditate Daily

The Language Of Happiness

Let’s do a very, very simple experiment: can you please have a look at the text below and tell me what you understand from it? Take your time. Chances are that, if you’re not Korean – or studied Hangul – all you got from the text above is just a collection of random noodles. Or, … Read more The Language Of Happiness