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Rumi: The Legendary Sufi Poet

Jun 18, 2018
Rumi: The Legendary Sufi Poet

Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi was a 13th century Sufi mystic, Islamic scholar and poet who is considered one of the greatest poetic geniuses and spiritual masters of all time...

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Su Shi: The Song Dynasty Poet and Chan Buddhism Enthusiast

May 27, 2018
Su Shi: The Song Dynasty Poet and Chan Buddhism Enthusiast

Su Shi was a prominent figure in the Song Dynasty as well as a poet, calligrapher, writer, painter, gastronome, pharmacologist, and a statesman...

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Du Fu – a Poet Savant

May 20, 2017
Du Fu – a Poet Savant

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Adeline) Poetry has always been held in high regard in Chinese culture and poems has been one of the most common art form that Chinese literati had sought as a means of influencing the thinking of the people over the ages. It is through poetry and beautiful verbal expressions of art that Chinese scholars and intellectuals have traditionally provided insights into issues that mattered to the psyche of the Chinese society and shaped the mentality of the people. The high point in Chinese poetry took place in the Tang d...

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Fantastic Poem by Wendy Loh

Aug 18, 2013
Fantastic Poem by Wendy Loh

        Dear Wendy, Thank you for sharing your talents and inspirations. I appreciate it very much. I want to share with the world your poem. Tsem Rinpoche     Dear Rinpoche, After reading the tweets this morning, I was inspired to write the following poem. Thank you. With folded hands,Wendy  ...

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Essential Thoughts

Jul 14, 2013
Essential Thoughts

Essential Thoughts When we surrender what we fear, Then the light shines through. When we dissolve our past, We can look into the future. The future will become the past, So make now count for the future. When we think of ourselves as priority, Then we can never find peace. When we think of...

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Freedom is near

Jun 21, 2013
Freedom is near

Freedom is near Death is near, no time to think. Death is near, no time to waste. Death is waiting, no time for excuses. Change is a choice, others are more important, than oneself, this is the ultimate truth. As long as we keep identifying our aggregational attachments as the real us, we are...

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