07 Aug '11, 9pm

20 Benefits of Celibacy

20 Benefits of Celibacy

Too often mass media focuses on imagery or messages related to sexuality as a ploy for getting attention to draw more viewers to a TV program, sell music and movie tickets, or generate more page views on a website, but there is so little information about the positive aspects of celibacy. The Dalai Lama, who is one of the most respected and admired individuals in the world due to his compassion and happiness, has said this about sex, “Naturally as a human being…some kind of desire for sex comes, but then you use human intelligence to make comprehension that those relationships are always full of trouble. Sexual pressure, sexual desire, actually, I think is short-period satisfaction and, often, that leads to more complication,” he said. (Source: Telegraph ) Below are just some of the benefits of celibacy.

Full article: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/20-benefits-of-celibacy....

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