For many people Buddhism is more than a religion, a philosophy of life. Be that as it may, it has been practiced since the 5th century BC. C. When Siddharta Gautama, its founder began to spread his teachings.
Some of the Buddha's phrases and proverbs contain large lessons of life and love, so they are perfect for parents to stimulate and educate our children.
- Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional
It is up to us to suffer for the things around us.
- It is not richer who has the most, but who needs the least
We have to learn to live with little and to enjoy what we have.
- Rejoice because every place is here and every moment is now
Seize the moment and time.
- Do not overestimate what you have received, or envy others, he who envies has no peace
It is a plea against envy and in favor of generosity.
- Do not cause pain to others with what causes pain to yourself
Do not do to others what you do not like for yourself.
- There are three things that cannot be hidden for long
The sun, the moon, and the truth. We must teach children to be sincere and to have the courage to face the truth.
- Hate does not end with hate, it ends with love, it is the eternal rule
You don't have to be vindictive or confront others with anger.
- Sterile are good words if we don't put them into practice
We should not talk so much, but act more.
- Take care of the exterior as much as the interior, because everything is one
It is important to find the balance between mind and body.
- To understand everything, it is necessary to forget everything
Children are open to learning, but we should not give them preconceived ideas but rather the bases for them to generate their judgment.
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