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The High Lama that Builds | 建庙的高僧

May 30, 2013
The High Lama that Builds | 建庙的高僧

(译文请往下阅读) High Lama, we usually associate that title with someone who sits on the throne, wears silk brocade robes, and receives offerings. But His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche chooses to get off the throne onto the contruction site of the temple of Kechara, to personally supervise and give advice at dangerous, dusty, messy place like that, because HE CARES. His Eminence puts into practice what he teaches on the throne. 说到“高僧”一词,我们通常会联想到一位坐在法座上、身穿绸缎袈裟接受众人供养的人,但是尊贵的詹杜固仁波切决定走下法座,到危机四伏、又热又脏又乱的建筑工地里去亲自监督建庙工程,只因他——关心众生。把在法座上所教导的佛法落实在现实生活中,言行一致,这就是——詹杜固仁波切...

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