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人生有期待有煩惱,像健康、家庭、事業、金錢、人際關係、心靈需求等等,有道小館 daocafe.com 雙語發聲,周一人物專訪,來賓分享專業知識、人生歷練,周二播專訪摘要,周四周五是各種短篇分享,以他山之石正向轉念,利人也利己。請訂閱、提供建議,我們一定做到更好,謝謝! 更新:自即日起,節目改為全中文播出,擬另闢英文節目,敬請期待。
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Mar 31, 2016

立命之學(摘錄:了凡四訓)

袁黃(1533-1606),明朝人。36歲遇雲谷禪師,聽行善積德,改造命運之理,大夢初醒,改號了凡,69歲寫《了凡四訓》傳家,享年73。

一、一切都是命,半點不由人

二、 命由己作,福由心生(福自己求)

三、天作之孽猶可違 (自作孽不可活)

四、修身立命,積德祈天 

五、賢達者安命 (開始改革命運)  

六、謙恭處事入道

 

Mar 30, 2016

chrysanthemums herbal-steaming

Ingredients & Appliances
* 10-15 dried chrysanthemums (organic preferred)
* Wide rimmed mug, hand held drainer, bowl
 
Making the tea
* Rinse the flowers 2-3 times.
* Bring the water to boil and put in the chrysanthemums
* Turn the stove to mild and boil for 3-5 minutes
 
Eye Herbal-steaming
* Pour the tea into the mug
* Face above the rim. Close your eyes & allow the steam to warm them.
 
Free complete instruction in pdf for download at daocafe.com. Thank you.
 
Mar 29, 2016

THREE must-have concepts before seeking help from a fortune teller

  1. Be cautious with safety of your person and possessions
    • DO NOT go to any fortune telling facility alone.
    • DO NOT make any decision on site no matter what you are told.
  2. Maintain correct views and values on life
    • Probe into your heart and your mind for the solution
      • Document the situation.
      • Set a fixed length of time and do a rational analysis afterward.
    • Analyze the situation
      • Look in depth of the matter.
      • Try drawing a fishbone diagram
  3. If you STILL NEED to seek alternative opinions from a fortune teller or a media, please try your best to do the following.
    • Consume vegetarian food only (no meat, any seafood, onions, or garlics) for 2 to 3 day before going.
    • Do not go alone and be at the facility before noon.
    • Trust you intuition.
    • Keep your mind neutral. Take notes. Record the exchanges.
    • DO NOT make any decision on site. Allow yourself time to analyze the info at a later time.
    • MOST IMPORTANT: it’s YOU who needs to deal with the consequences.

Please drop by at our website daocafe.com and give us feedback about what you think. Thank you.

 

Mar 28, 2016

算命三重點:算命必備知識與觀念

  1. 注意人、身、財物安全
  2. 正確的人生觀、價值觀
  3. 若真的想去算命,請注意下面事項  

***問到建議了,可當參考,不要當聖旨,要過濾
***當事者是你,你要自己面對,自己承受結果,所以要分析,不要當場決定
***若根本不信,或抱懷疑態度,就不要浪費時間跟精力,把機會讓給有需要的人

我們的網站 daocafe.com 有詳細摘要pdf,歡迎下載、訂閱部落格、並分享您的看法,謝謝!

Mar 25, 2016

On Monday’s interview “Wanna Be A Producer?” with Hanna Feng from Da Ai TV in Taiwan, she shared her expectation to her teammates. Besides the accuracy of data, she wants them to take charge of and be responsible for their works. So that what presented in front of the audience is positive, encouraging, and useful. And that the audience gains something from each episode.

In the modern society it is dog eat dog. We sometimes got disorientated for various reasons, such as demands from the management, or competitions among colleagues and businesses. When it happens, we tend to drift along and gradually lost ourselves. We act as others who only talk about being successful, fame, or financial achievement. There is nothing wrong to be successful and financially secured. What we need to remember is we are not here only for those, or waste our lives away doing nothing else.

Here are two cute cards I found at a seminar to share with you.

1. Stay alert. Encourage yourself daily. Do NOT be superficial.

Keep your mind and heart clear at all times. Don’t be buried under all sorts of desires. Pad yourself on the back every day for you’d done right and continue on the correct direction. Do NOT turn your back from DAO. A superficial attitude might fool others for a short time but it will fool no one including yourself after a while.

After years of doing politics news and commercial channels, Ms. Feng moved onto Da Ai TV, a non-profit TV station. She encourages her teammates to challenge themselves with different topics. Her take is that as long as one is willing to try, research the subjects, and find the right angle, all topics are with potentials. Since the show is only 24, every second counts. She asks the writers to spend the time well on sharing the key messages. Although the rating is important, it’s not above everything. Should one want to have achievement and be somebody in the field, put the heart out. It is not only a paid job but also a career requires conscience.

ž2. Maintain mindfulness. You’ll have the strength to overcome any difficulty.

With your heart secured, direction correct, and continue encouraging yourself, even during difficult times, you are still able to persist and not change the course. No matter it is at work, at home, at school, or in a social setting, you will find the courage and means to overcome obstacles in life. That is how to live DAO in life.

Mar 24, 2016

在周一的專訪中,馮製作人表達期待,希望同仁對自己的作品負責,查證資料的正確性,寫出來、播出去的內容,是正面的、鼓勵的、對大家有幫助,觀眾能有些收獲的。 

有時我們陷入迷惘,因為主管的要求,同事同業間的競爭,難免隨波逐流,在大環境中迷失了自己。大家開口就是名,要不就是只講利,忘記了我們來到人世間,應該不僅僅是爭名奪利,得過且過的走一遭! 

時時清明,日日嘉勉,切莫只做表面
保持我們心靈澄澈,不被俗世的慾望蒙蔽,每天給自己拍拍背,持續正確的人生方向。不要背道而馳,因為虛應故事的處事態度,剛開始騙得了別人,久了連自己都騙不了!

從跑政治新聞轉戰一般商業節目,後來落腳公益為主的大愛電視台,馮製作人鼓勵同仁挑戰自己,只要有心,願意花時間研究主題,找出切入的角度,各種體材都有可以發揮的地方。因為節目只有24分鐘,她也要求同仁字字計較,把寶貴的播出時間,用在分享理念上面。此外,收視率雖然重要,但不是一切,想要有一番成就,就要用心,把傳媒工作當成良心事業,才是可長可久的未來。

常存正念,心就有毅力克服任何困難
當我們的心念正確,方向正確,鼓勵自己的行動不中斷,碰到困難,會有堅持下去的耐力,在職場上、在家庭中、在學校裡、甚至社交層面,都能找到勇氣與方法,去克服莫名其妙的障礙,開創美好的有道人生。

完整pdf檔:daocafe.com

 

Mar 22, 2016

Little Reporters’ Profile

  • žLaunched in 2009
  • A weekly children’s news program
  • žTwice finalist by Golden Bell Awards (Taiwan, R.O.C)
  • žCover story “Giving Back Hermit Crabs Their Homes” was one of the finalists under non-fiction category by Prix Jeunesse International (Germany) 2016 

A Producer’s Ups & Downs Working with Children

  • žGet to know the youngsters from one era to the next.
  • žDevelop individual qualities and put them to good use.
  • žNeed to train new anchors and reporters frequently.
  • žFight the misconception of young reports equal child actors.  

A Reporter’s Dignity

  • žIncite an audience by sex and violence?
  • žSlice up a person in writing on purpose to attract attention?
  • žCare about fact, persistence, and justness?  

What Does It Take to Be A Little Reporter

  • žGood pronunciation
  • žCamera friendly
  • žCurious about life and care the world
  • žShowing passion toward reporter work
  • žAbility to interview and write
  • Using the media to communicate with an audience
Mar 21, 2016

媒體人的堅持

ž  色羶腥是你的菜嗎?筆下留人;事實、堅持、正義

 製作人甜酸苦

ž  接觸不同世代兒童;開發善用個人特質;頻繁訓練新任主播;小主播 = 童星的誤解

 小主播的條件

ž  口齒咬字清晰;鏡頭是否喜歡你;關心生活、世界、有好奇心;對工作有熱忱;有採訪、寫作能力;想用媒體與大眾溝通

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Mar 18, 2016

Turning away from Unhappiness

ž  Put spring into good use

ž  The impermanence is the truth of life

ž  Letting go of the unpredictable is the best support

 Clear out of Negative Thoughts

ž  Throw out the garbage

ž  Find the Truth

You Are Where Your Thoughts Takes You

ž  Difference between the heaven and the hell

  The Diamond Sutra: Purified Belie

ž  Vimalakirti Sutra: When the heart is cleansed, the nation follows.

Mar 16, 2016

鬱轉勝

  • ž配合四時養生
  • 無常是生命的真相
  • 放下是最好的依靠

破除煩惱

  • ž倒垃圾
  • 找出真實面

 心的境界

  • 天堂與地獄的不同
  • ž  金剛經〈正信稀有分第六〉:一念淨信
  • ž  維摩經〈佛國品〉:隨其心淨,則國土淨
*若需詳細摘要,請拜訪 daocafe.com 網站,有pdf檔案供您下載參考。
Mar 14, 2016

Friends around the world, welcome to Dao Café Podcast. This is your host, Rove Wang.

Are your eyes dry and sour? In our episode 001, our guest Rose Li, a Chinese Medicine doctor with western medicine background, shared some self-care tips to relief mild dry-eye discomfort.

 1. Shorten the time spent on looking at the screen if the problem is caused by overusing products such as computers, smartphones, and tablets. Allow yourself only once or twice a day to check your email and social media. Set a time limit and be disciplined about it. 2. If setting a time limit is not possible, then make sure your eyes get some rest every hour or so. 3. To let your eyes stay moist, blink more or apply artificial tears. 4. You can also consider using a humidifier to maintain the moisture level indoors. 5. Avoid wind from the air-conditioning or a fan blowing into your eyes. When going out, a pair of windproof protective-eyewear might be useful. 5. Supplements like Vitamin A and Omega 3 are believed good for your eyes too.

Dr. Li also shared a home remedy: chrysanthemum tea. You can drink it or use it to steam your eyes. This free remedy for mild dry-eye symptoms is available on our website, daocafe.com.

If you prefer to treat dry eyes with artificial tears, the product spec tells you if it contains preservatives. It is suggested to use the preservative-free type if applying the eyedrops more than 4 times a day.

If the dry eyes are caused by chronic inflammation of eyelids, you can try this one. When having a shower, apply a tiny drop of non-irritating shampoo on your fingertip and wash your eyelashes. Keeping your eyelids clean is important.

If your dry-eye symptoms are results from other health issues, please consult your doctor.

These self-care tips for dry-eye were provided by Dr. Rose Li and brought to you by Dao Café Podcast. To obtain a more detailed summary, please visit daocafe.com. Stay healthy and see you next time. Bye.

Mar 12, 2016

人生有期待有煩惱,像健康、家庭、事業、金錢、人際關係、心靈需求等等,有道小館 daocafe.com 雙語發聲,周一人物專訪,來賓分享專業知識、人生歷練,周二播專訪摘要,周四周五是各種短篇分享,以他山之石正向轉念,利人也利己。請訂閱、提供建議,我們一定做到更好,謝謝!
Many thanks to each and every guest. Sharing in the show are their professional expertise, work knowledge, personal experience, and/or whatever they hope would be helpful. The motive behind these practical and inspiring attitudes is to trigger similar effects and pass them forward.
Please visit Dao Café website (daocafe.com) We hope by giving yourself a chance to get out of the chaos life stores for you, you can build a life of quality and find your Dao within.

Mar 12, 2016

眼睛乾、澀、酸嗎?您可能有乾眼症。

中醫師李如慈分享,可能造成乾眼症的原因很多,過度使用電腦、手機、平板等產品,慢性眼瞼發炎,更年期賀爾蒙下降,或是免疫疾病相關問題,是其中幾種。

*若您的症狀輕微,可嘗試下列方法,減少乾眼症造成的不適:縮短注視螢幕的時間,建議集中使用,例如一天1-2次;若一定得使用,讓眼睛固定休息;多眨眼睛;適度使用人工淚液;保持眼瞼清潔;可於室內適度使用濕度器;避免冷氣或風扇直吹眼睛;外出時可戴護目鏡避風;也可考慮攝取補充品,如維他命A或Omega 3。

*若您習慣使用人工淚液,請注意請詳讀產品包裝說明,看看是否含防腐劑。

*如果您的症狀輕微,可嘗試用菊花茶燻蒸眼睛,

*若為慢性眼瞼發炎所引起,可以溫和洗劑清洗睫毛,去除眼睛周遭之分泌物,保持眼瞼清潔。

*若您的乾眼症為免疫疾病、更年期所引起,請詢問您的醫生。

*若需詳細摘要,請拜訪 daocafe.com 網站,有pdf檔案供您下載參考。

 

 

Mar 8, 2016

We all have expectations and worries in life. As it is, most are related to health, family, career, money, relationships, spiritual needs, and the big question of life and death. At Dao Café we discuss different kinds of topics in hope of shining the way to positive thoughts leading to better outcomes. 

Dao exists in our daily lives and it shows the path if we open ourselves. For instance, after around 10 years of teaching, I moved on to the business world, did some volunteer work, and wrote scripts for a children’s TV news program. My latest adventure was to pursuit another degree. After all that, Dao Café website was built, a result of my interests and expertise, modern technology, and goal in life. The idea behind is to benefit the public and myself by sharing Dao.

Dao Café is bilingual in Chinese and English. The podcast show is on four days a week. Scheduled on Mondays are interviews. Guests are invited to share their professional expertise, tips on tactics at workplace, or personal experience. If an interview is done in Chinese, its English summary would be available the next day. If a guest speaks English, then we do it the other way around. Thursdays and Fridays are for short sharing about Dao. Please visit our website daocafe.com and let us know what you think. Comments related to interviews will be forwarded. All constructive feedbacks are welcome. We’ll do our best to improve.

There are so much great contents to share so we’re broadcasting the first interview today as well. Our guest is Rose Li, who practiced medicine in Taiwan before and now a licensed Chinese Medicine doctor in California. Do you have dry eye problems? Don’t miss this interview. Its English summary will be available tomorrow. Thank you and see you tomorrow!

Mar 7, 2016
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