Oakville Zen Meditation

#66.Grasping a red coal.30AUG15

Grasping a red coal     

The Buddha ( nickname = the awakened one ) said ~ 2500 years ago:

“Holding anger is like grasping a red coal with the intent of throwing it back at the source of your anger. You are the only one to get burn”.

 “ Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.”

 “ Anger is a feeling which makes our mouth working faster than our mind.”


Sounds familiar?


Ven. Ji Gong Sunim.