Ajahn Brahm Quotes
Most popular Ajahn Brahm Quotes
Careful patience is the fastest way!
Life is a flow of unexpected moments.
Pain is like the winter before spring.
Fear is finding fault with the future.
Life is an unfolding of the unexpected.
Loving kindness is the key to prosperity.
The most important etiqutte is compassion.
A life has a meaning, which you give to it.
Life is what's happening while you're worrying.
Love the whole of life, including the unpleasant.
The quieter you become the more happiness you have.
Peace is the most valuable commodity. And it's free!
The secret of life is... everything is out of control.
Complaining is finding faults, wisdom is finding solutions.
Wisdom never comes from thinking. Wisdom comes from silence.
People with too much knowledge can never understand the truth of now.
We cannot change the world, but we can change our attitute towards it.
We're all damaged goods like crooked trees. That's why we're beautiful.
If you try to get rid of things you don't like, you'll have a difficult life.
Any place you don't want to be, no matter how comfortable, is a prison for you.
The past is a prison cell with an open door. You can walk out any time you want.
When the weather is hot, keep a cool mind. When the weather is cold, keep a warm heart.
Tragedy, difficulty and pain keep coming back because they are things for us to learn from.
Meditation is like a gym in which you develop the powerful mental muscles of calm and insight.
Love is not liking somebody. Anyone can do that. Love is loving things that sometimes you don't like.
If you know how to let go and be at peace, you know everything you need to know about living in the world.
Everyone makes mistakes. The wise are not people who never make mistakes, but those who forgive themselves and learn from their mistakes.
We should always be grateful for the faults in our partner because if they didn't have those faults from the start, they would have been able to marry someone much better than us.
Grief is what we add on to loss. It is a learned response, specific to some cultures only. It is not universal and it is not unavoidable. ... Grief is seeing only what has been taken away from you. The celebration of a life is recognizing all that we were blessed with, and feeling so very grateful.