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The Paramis of Generosity + Morality: A Movement Towards a Shared World

With Leslie Booker recorded on March 20, 2022.

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In a world riddled with addiction, violence and loneliness, it can feel challenging to figure out how to reclaim our humanity. We can begin by remembering that we belong to each other. On this Sunday Sangha, we’ll be exploring Generosity and Morality: the first two of the Paramis, the 10 perfections or attainments which show how our spiritual practice must be rooted in relational practice.

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