Craving

Ajahn Brahm addresses the issue of craving.

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Categories: Buddha, Dharma, Ethics, Four Noble Truths, Kharma, Lifestyle, Mahayana, Meditation, New Age, Noble Eightfold Path, Philosophy, Theravada, Tibet, Virajana

Author:Sumitta

Joshua Hudson is a license clinical social worker with post graduate certificates in mental health. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, he has worked as an healthcare advocate for the Department of Veteran Affairs, Director of Psychological Health for the Air Force, in-patient counselor for inpatient adolescents, child and family therapist; and currently is a Prevention Interventionist for the Air Force creating programs to reduce interpersonal and self-directed violence (e.g. Sexual assault, suicide, alcohol abuse, domestic violence, etc.) in the military Joshua spent twenty years in the Navy as a combat photojournalist and public affairs officers. He was a senior account executive for a marketing company and managing editor for various national publications. He continues to write on myriad issues from engaged living and resiliency to spirituality and meaning making. He is also an organized minister by the Pittsburgh Buddhist Center and International Order of Buddhist Ministers. Currently, he lives in Bury St. Edmunds in the United Kingdom with his daughter; but still keeps residence in Pittsburgh.

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3 Comments on “Craving”

  1. December 8, 2009 at 12:49 am #

    “Material wealthy, but time poor.”

    Watched half today, will return to Australia to watch the rest another day. Don’t have the time?

    No, I am choosing which desires or “cravings” I want to fulfill. Food outranks “fuel” right now.

    thanks.
    Michael j

  2. December 8, 2009 at 3:10 am #

    Just finished the rest.

    “unfaithful cravings,”

    the “Buddha Karma Stock Market never crashes.”

    “use cravings for the right goals.”

    “Open the Door of Your Own Heart,” title of his book.

    Vocation can become vacation, paraphrasing Mark Twain.

    And my favorite:

    “. . . to want for nothing . . .” wow! what a zinger for a novice in Buddhism like me.

    thanks.

    michael j

  3. April 9, 2011 at 1:52 am #

    RaEUHI Great thinking! That really breaks the mold!

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