To uplift our character, begin with cultivating peace in mind, body, family, and activity.
In dealing with your heart’s desire, ask yourself these questions: Do I need it, or do I want it? Can I acquire it? Should I acquire it?
To get along with others, we must feel grateful for events that help us grow, feel thankful for chances to hone ourselves, reform ourselves through the Dharma, and inspire others through exemplary behavior.
When faced with any difficulty of life, resolve it by following these four steps: face it, accept it, deal with it, and then let it go.
To increase our blessings we need to recognize blessings, cherish blessings, nurture blessings, and sow the seeds of blessings.
Wealth is like running water, and giving like digging a well. Just as the deeper the well, the more water it holds, the more you give, the more wealth you have.
In life, we must make the best preparations, and be ready for the worst.