Tuesday mornings, 9:15–10:45 am
Four Habits of Happy People
Seeking happiness can be a confusing and complicated process, because we tend to seek it in external things like possessions, friends, and status. And even when our wishes are fulfilled, they often come along with unwanted side-effects. The truth is that nothing external can give us happiness – it has to be cultivated in our hearts.
One of the main functions of Buddha’s teachings is to show us how to cultivate true happiness in our hearts. In this series we will explore four simple attitudes that we can develop and practice in order to experience peace and happiness in our hearts.
Oct. 6th: Acceptance
Oct. 13th: Joy
Oct. 20th: Gratitude
Oct. 27th: Humility
During social distancing, these classes are being given by live stream on Zoom.
In normal times the classes are held at:
Menlha Kadampa Buddhist Center
54 Coryell Street
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Parking: Coryell Street has metered parking on our block. There is free parking east of Main Street and one block north.
Teacher: Gen Kelsang Wangden is an American Buddhist monk and is the Resident Teacher of Menlha Buddhist Center in Lambertville, NJ. A longtime disciple of the internationally renowned Buddhist Teacher and meditation master Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Gen Wangden is known for his kind heart, joyful nature, and practical advice. He enjoys helping students of all abilities and interests understand and apply Buddhist lessons and cultivate inner peace.