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The Three Principal Paths | 三主要道甚深引导笔记·开妙道门

Oct 19, 2017
The Three Principal Paths | 三主要道甚深引导笔记·开妙道门

Dear friends around the world, As I have mentioned before in the past, learning about the lives of great Buddhist masters is an extremely important part of our spiritual journey. For example, if you aspire to be or have a particular interest in a singer, politician or writer, wouldn’t it make more sense to read their biographies or the books they authored? By reading up about them, we will understand the difficulties these great people went through to get to where they are today and this will inspire us on our paths towards realising our ...

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Fantasy vs Reality

Apr 14, 2013
Fantasy vs Reality

I gave a short but indepth teaching to a few that were in the room with me. I was inspired to speak about this subject. I asked them to write what they had learnt from the teaching, and below are their mini articles. Excuse the grammatical and spelling errors… they wrote their articles in an hour!...

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