The Buddha in the Classroom Quotes

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The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers by Donna Quesada
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“When you catch yourself slipping into a pool of negativity, notice how it derives from nothing other than resistance to the current situation.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“When you blame, you open up a world of excuses, because as long as you're looking outside, you miss the opportunity to look inside, and you continue to suffer.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“The effects you will have on your students are infinite and currently unknown; you will possibly shape the way they proceed in their careers, the way they will vote, the way they will behave as partners and spouses, the way they will raise their kids.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“Courage is often associated with aggression, but instead should be seen as a willingness to act from the heart.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“What we can change is our perceptions, which have the effect of changing everything.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“Each situation is a blossom to be picked with a curious spirit.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“You don't think your way back to joy; you open to it.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers
“Think of the jazz improv artist responding to the musical banter among her fellow players onstage. Aside from whatever training they've done in advance, as soon as the curtain opens, they move into unknown territory together, creating something new each time by remaining in a state of undivided presence.”
Donna Quesada, The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers