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Our Reactions to Dukkha, by Dr. Elizabeth Ashby (1995; 10pp./29KB)
Although dukkha (unsatisfactoriness, suffering, stress) is an inescapable part of life, we humans demonstrate a remarkable talent at finding ways to hide from it and mask its effects. In this essay the author addresses the many ways — skillful and otherwise — in which we can choose to respond to dukkha.
What Can be Done About Conceit?, by Dr. Elizabeth Ashby
(From the anthology: Pride and Conceit, by Dr. Elizabeth Ashby, and Brian Fawcett.)