- Realizing your potential: Realizing your vision
- Moving into areas of unfamiliraity ( life / work / edu )
- Abundance in this life
- Wisdom, insight and experience tempered by humility
Meikle Paschal, Ed.D.: The question “What is happiness?” is often left to philosophers because it requires a kind of thinking we don’t normally engage in.
It challenges who we are and how we live. In this great educational symphony Paschal is the conductor giving tirelessly of self to draw out the best from both soloist and orchestra.
Most of us believe that the ultimate purpose of our actions is to obtain happiness but happiness can be elusive or temporary.
In our world, happiness is most often based upon acquiring material possessions.
In attempting to make sense of what we do, to understand our interactions with others and the challenges that confront us, once we retreat into our thoughts, what do we find?
Do we dislike who we are?
Is our place of last retreat only a mirror of all the uncertainties that walk with us through the day and into the night?
Paschal encourages you to consider Nicherin Buddhism as a possible path for obtaining greater fulfillment in life.
Even the most confused, disappointed and angry people want a good night’s sleep and the companionship of someone who understands their journey and their pain.
For more than 2,500 years, Buddhism has led its practitioners to greater serenity and a more fulfilling life.
We develop abundant compassion, profound wisdom and realize our goal, enlightenment.