A Simple Technique for Inner Peace

In Eastern philosophy, particularly in Buddhism, there’s a powerful concept called Nekkhamma.

This Pali word is usually translated in English as “renunciation,” in relation to desires. When people talk about Nekkhamma, they usually talk about giving up desires so you can live free from that type of pull.

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