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Mr. Veer Singh


Vana Retreat & Vana Foundation.

Selfishness, Ego and Soul as seen from a Buddhist lens

Fear and anxiety are so present in everyday life that we come to accept it as being normal. Yes, healthy fear is necessary. It helps us discern a dangerous situation from a safe one and propels us to instinctively move into action. It is a primal reaction, arising from a danger in the physical world, that has helped man to survive since the beginning of time. There is another type of fear that arises from understanding the impermanence of life. This can be a positive or a minus, either motivating us to grow and make the best of our life, or caught in a cycle of fearing sickness, old age, death, of not achieving our purpose, of losing those we love.

Mr. Veer Singh
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