Entries tagged with “Patience”

Called to Act

The founder of Buddhist Global Relief, Brooklyn-born monk Bhikku Bodhi reflects on his path from inner peace to changing the world.

Care of the Soul: The Soul Under Construction

For most of his life, my father was a plumbing instructor in a trade school and was one of those people who can build a house from scratch. I envy that ability and regret that I di…

How Anticipation Can Be Beneficial

Anticipation can be beneficial for your brain, your emotions, and even your physical health for many reasons, and it’s a skill worth learning.

How to Control Anger

Sometimes you just need to stop and think…but sometimes that’s the worst thing you can do.

More Patience? Imagine That!

A way to increase patience without relying on sheer willpower.

Practice Patience

Social scientists know that patience is one of the most important ingredients for success. Try these tips to boost yours.

The Extra Step…Toward Love

After 25 years of partnership with my husband, I realize that one of the things that keep us together —lovingly together, is what I call “the little extra step.” For instance, yest…

The Trouble with the New York Minute

Oh, impatience, you teach us so much.Our western, capitalist society is highly creative, driven, and sometimes impatient. Recently, I met someone who stirred an old memory. Years a…

Unlikely Rebels

An excerpt from The Activist’s Tao Te Ching by William Martin