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Go On, Break Your Samaya

Feb 19, 2018
Go On, Break Your Samaya

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Jean Ai) Any Dorje Shugden practitioner with an active online profile will know that we are often faced with vitriolic and abusive comments online. These range from how Dorje Shugden practitioners receive Chinese government funding, to our supposed inferiority as Buddhists because we are not Tibetan, to how we...

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52 Years of Generosity

Feb 4, 2017
52 Years of Generosity

Those who have the merits to be in Rinpoche’s sphere will very quickly realise that one of Rinpoche’s most prominent qualities is that of generosity. It is a quality that has always inspired me because not only is the scope of Rinpoche’s generosity vast and far-reaching, but it also comes after a lifetime of difficulties. From the moment...

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Advice at a Funeral

Jun 22, 2016
Advice at a Funeral

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Jean Ai) One of my earliest experiences with death was with Rinpoche, during the passing of my beloved maternal grandmother. In the Chinese (specifically Hokkien) tradition, this person is known as ‘Ah Ma’. Our Ah Ma was a wonderful lady. Kind, gentle and soft-hearted, she was extremely forgiving and...

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Growing Up With Rinpoche

May 7, 2016
Growing Up With Rinpoche

If I examine my life honestly, I can safely say that all of the good things that have happened to me have been the result of my teacher, as well as any good qualities that may have scratched their way just a little bit through the mud. I first met Rinpoche in 1997, when...

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What Do You Think?

Apr 20, 2016
What Do You Think?

This video was on my Facebook newsfeed and suffice to say, it disturbed me. It disturbed me because it was basically senseless pain being inflicted on another being. Not to say inflicting pain on anyone is excusable or justifiable under any circumstances, but in this case it was totally and entirely without utility. What...

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Getting Closer to Vajrayogini

Dec 25, 2015
Getting Closer to Vajrayogini

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Jean Ai) The most obvious benefit of being in close proximity with Rinpoche is the Dharma that we receive. The Lama teaches using all methods possible – by example, by action, by joking, by instruction and, in the way one would most expect, by literally giving a teaching. Students...

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