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Lama Yeshe and more…

Jan 8, 2013
Lama Yeshe and more…

Share your love, your wisdom, and your wealth and serve each other as much as possible. Live in harmony with one another and be an example of peace, love, compassion, and wisdom. Try to be happy in your practice, to be satisfied with your life. Be reasonable in the way you grow, and don’t...

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Renunciation by Lama Yeshe

Nov 17, 2011
Renunciation by Lama Yeshe

(By Tsem Rinpoche) I wanted to share this article about Renunciation by Lama Yeshe with all of my students and friends as it is so well explained. One can benefit much from reading and contemplating on teachings such as this...

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