Haba na haba hujaza kibaba
This is a Swahili proverb that means little by little the pot gets filled.
I use this to define they way that I approach learning and improving. I works for my education and for my physical training. It helps me from causing personal stress by not looking
for all the answers and instant results.
And it's fun to say.
This women is making history competing against men and we are fortunate to be a part of it. The effects of this on the future of women and they we all see ourselves is changing forever. And it's about time. Thank you Jessie Graff and to all female ANW
According to buddha's teaching, the three poisons are greed, hatred and delusion. These three poisons are the cause of human suffering.
Greed: grasping, attachment, the sense of mine or my way.
Hatred: aversion toward yourself, others an things that are different or not as you want.
Delusion: being unaware of the present, not knowing what is real and what is ego.
How can we release this suffering?
Practice of mindfulness, meaning paying attention to your physical and mental state. Do not try to avoid your suffering or go to the extreme of acting out in fear and anger, take the middle road. Recognize your suffering and be with it. Practice self-compassion and compassion towards others.
Daily mindfulness practice even changes the way that your brain is wired which reduces our suffering! For more info on this: