Ram Dass interviews Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh at State of the World forum. Thich Nhat Hanh is talking about mindfulness and how to take tender loving care of our anger. To be mindful and aware of our breathing will help us in taking loving care of our emotions. Thich compares our anger to a flower in that it needs the sunshine of our mindfulness.” He states that “Our western culture focuses mostly on the intellect, but mindfulness is more important.” Understanding the insight of impermanence should be daily practice in our lives. Everything is impermanent in nature and is made of everything else.
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