A Cyber-Guide:
Dharma for Daily Life
With gratitude to many teachers, to help dispel personal distress and point to safe refuge, this course is dedicated to all seekers.

The nature of all of our problems is caused by confusion
. The way to remove confusion is by using preventative measures, called Dharma in Buddhist teachings.

The readings should be read deeply, read again in part, and contemplated, internalized without fear, guilt or shame for shortcomings, without pride in success.

The course is begun with gratitude to Alexander Berzin and the compilers of the Berzin Archives with
Dharma as Preventative Measures
What is the purpose of life?
H.H. the 14th Dali Lama says that,
our purpose is to be happy.

Achieving a lasting happiness comes from
overcoming suffering. But, does it make sense
to try to stop suffering with more suffering?

With gratitude to Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche, Alexander Berzin, and the Berzin Archives, link:

The Endpoint of Samsara Is Suffering, the Endpoint of Dharma is Happiness
Dharma Practice Tools
Study Guide
Maha-satipatthana Sutta
Four thoughts that redirect the mind
1. This Precious Human Existence
2. Death, Mortality, and Impermanence
3. Law of Karma
4. Samsara
Lam-Rim: The Gradual Path to Enlightenment
The Heart Sutra (Audio)
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