Many people cannot see the point in being detached or in feeling neutral to both pleasant and unpleasant
things in the world. But sometimes the Buddhist logic is inescapable. The concept of no-self is perhaps the
most difficult idea in Buddhism. What is this concept? Explain the usefulness of this when dealing with
everyday experience, and post an example where this would be helpful.
Related to this, some people may think that the concept of detachment or no-self leads to a depressing and
bland life. You may change your mind when you watch the following video on Happiness:
How does the speaker relate happiness with belief and behavior? How could his discussion be applied to
everyday life (whether one is a Buddhist or not)?
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