Sunday Dharma Talk
Small Things

Small Things

March 28, 2021

The practice of the dharma is a practice of small things.  In small things, small moments, we find the dharma, the truth, the qualities of peace, wisdom, and love.  As dharma students our task is to pay attention to small things.  The talk was given by Peter Doobinin in an online class in March 2021.

"Bhikkhus, if a bhikkhu cultivates loving-kindness for as long as a fingersnap, he is called a bhikkhu."
(Iti 1.53)

Two Kinds of Happiness

Two Kinds of Happiness

March 21, 2021

Where are we looking for happiness?  In the happiness of the world, the happiness we find in sense pleasure, gain, status, and praise?  Or the happiness of the heart?  In this dharma talk, Peter Doobinin describes these two kinds of happiness.  The talk was given in 2013 at the Downtown Meditation Community Sunday night class in New York City.

What Is Goodness?

What Is Goodness?

March 14, 2021

What is goodness...?  This is a question that many of us may ask.  In this dharma talk, Peter Doobinin describes what goodness is and, importantly, how we learn to develop it.  The talk was given at the Downtown Meditation Community Sunday Night Meditation class in January 2016.

What We Know

What We Know

March 7, 2021

Much of what will happen to us in the course of our days is unknowable.  But there are certain truths that we can rely on and that will see us through in this life.  In this dharma talk, Peter Doobinin explains how we can know a reliable and true happiness in life despite the uncertain nature of our day to to day experience.  The talk was given at at daylong retreat in February 2017.

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