The anatomy of human morality,
within which lies “the good”.
A vocabulary of facts and ideas that can be used to create more philosophy.
A rich galaxy of beautiful knowledge.
Reality is logical.
Rationality is empowering.
Rationality is social.
What people do. A neutral term to describe the ways in which people behave towards
themselves and others, and play their part in wider society, with respect to certain
values and principles.
The best that people do. The best results that can be achieved within morality.
Inner transformation for the purpose of achieving the best results. Connecting with
something bigger (reality, compassion, collective joy, the natural world).
Relating to or denoting behaviour which is positive, helpful, and intended to promote
social acceptance and friendship.
The ancient evolutionary reasons, the original environmental pressures, that led
to the development of a trait or feature within a species.
The corresponding, modern day, psychological reasons why an individual organism behaves
the way it does.
View experience with a kind and gentle curiosity.
Truth is like light - it enables you to see.
Truth is love.
... as truth never lies on the surface, it needs pains to dive deep and grasp it.
P. Lakshmi Narasu, “The Essence of Buddhism”
Love is the absence of judgement.
Talking and listening are two very different things. You can’t do both at the same
You can only put your attention on one thing at a time.
Inhabit your emotions. Observe them. Accept them. In observing, step outside them.
Let them do their job and deliver their message.
Learn from observing your inner and outer worlds without judging.
Instead of ignoring Mara or driving him away, the Buddha would calmly acknowledge
his presence, saying, “I see you, Mara.”
Inviting Mara to Tea
Truth and compassion - the two most important things in the world.
Throughout nature there is a universal pressure to flourish.
If you put the right conditions in place, the flower will grow and flourish of its
Theory, discussion, and practice go hand in hand.
Making the most of being human.
“Intuitive wisdom” is the key.
A guide to morality, ethics and spirituality for atheists.
If you see what is small as it sees itself, And accept what is weak for what strength
it has, and use what is dim for the light it gives, Then all will go well. This
is called acting naturally.
Lao Tzu – The Tao Te Ching
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