Buddha Quotes on Life
#Quote 1 | Buddha Quotes on Life
In this Buddha Quote, Buddha talks about the self-conquest. He simply means even if you win a battle by conquering your enemies, the event of win may not be immortal or permanent. There still lies a fear of losing another battle and the cyclic process continues forever.
The ultimate goal of an individual should be to win a battle with its own mind, to relive one from the ultimate warfares of life. This victory cannot be taken away from you unless you remain consistent with this accomplishment.
Anger, Ego, Debate etc., maybe the reasons of the warfare. If the individual loses all of them, there may not be anything to lose further and that’s the only battle that most of the individual loses without even trying to win it.
Having said so, this simply means this is the supreme battle that every individual shall win then there is no battle that needs to be won or lose.
#Quote 2 | Buddha Quotes on Life
In this Buddha Quote, Buddha talks about the power of magnanimity (generosity). The Buddha here talks about his personal experience of giving it to others. This feeling is so divine that only the one who reflects such generosity towards others shall experience it. This feeling is the ultimate accomplishment of your existence and it overpowers every other feeling of joy and prosperity.
He further describes the supremity of this emotion over others by saying if you know its power, you would never want to eat first. No matter what is served on the plate.
The human relationship with food is the most divine one. The comparison of this emotion or feeling with the divine one itself tells a lot about its supremity.