So it would only seem right to turn to him for advice and guidance when it comes to love – something that we hold so dear to our hearts and encircle our life around.What would Buddha do if he had a set of dating tips?In my last article ‘Kumāragupta-I, not Aśoka, was Devānāmpriya Priyadarśī of major rock edicts’, I presented evidence to show that Devānāmpriya Priyadarśī of major rock edicts should be identified with Kumāragupta-I of Imperial Gupta Dynasty, instead of Aśoka Maurya.This never before proposed identification of Devānāmpriya Priyadarśī unshackles the Indian history from the grip of wrong sheet anchors and provides us an opportunity to recreate the Indian history as it had really happened.Back in high school -- when I was extremely unsure of myself and everything else in the world, I read how-to books constantly. I would actually stay in on Friday nights in order to read these books and get a better sense of who I could be someday. I had a month to read it in order to prepare for my book club, and I knew I could get through it in a matter of days.The reason I bring this up is because this book brought me back to those days. But once I had gotten through more than half of the book, I realized I wasn't really getting that much out of it at all.History deems Buddha as one of the wisest men in history.From mindfulness to peace and tranquility many people seek out the advice of the man who seems to have had it all together.
According to one of the senior nuns, more often than not when she is attracted to someone she realizes she is actually attracted to a quality they have, that she wishes she had in her.
Instead of jumping too quickly, be mindful in every encounter, conversation you have with the person you like.