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garchenrinpoche

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When you have pure bodhicitta, pure compassion, this is great equanimity which is impartial toward self and others. Then you will naturally understand the true nature of your mind. - Garchen Rinpoche His Eminence... Read more>
normanfischer

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"We now see that the only way that we could love ourselves is by loving others, and the only way that we could truly love others is to love ourselves. The difference between self-love and love of others is very small,... Read more>
cherihuber

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"It is not my experience that we are here to fix the world, that we are here to change anything at all. I think we are here so the world can change us. And if part of that change is that the suffering of the world moves... Read more>
walpoapost

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"First of all, Buddhism is neither pessimistic nor optimistic. If anything at all, it is realistic, for it takes a realistic view of life and the world. It looks at things objectively (yathābhūtam). It does not... Read more>
paulbruntonpost

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Think of yourself as the individual and you are sure to die; think of yourself as the universal and you enter deathlessness, for the universal is always and eternally there. We know no beginning and no ending to the... Read more>
rinpoche

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"We sentient beings are all identical in continually moving toward joy and away from pain. Every one of us has the potential to attain lasting happiness and freedom from suffering. I find this universal sensitivity to... Read more>
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