For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

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For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

Postby TaTa » Sun Apr 14, 2013 4:26 pm

Hey im looking for the tibetan letters for the phrase " For the benefit of all beings", if anyone could help it would be great! =).
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Re: For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

Postby Jinzang » Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:35 am

འགྲོ་ལ་ཕན་ཕྱིར་

"For rhe benfit of beings" comes from the well known short refuge prayer.
Lamrim, lojong, and mahamudra are the unmistaken path.
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Re: For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

Postby TaTa » Mon Apr 15, 2013 3:50 am

Thank you, i didnt want to screw it up! it might be my first tatoo someday haha ;)
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Re: For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

Postby Kunzang » Wed Apr 17, 2013 4:53 am

TaTa wrote:Thank you, i didnt want to screw it up! it might be my first tatoo someday haha ;)


Just an FYI, but if you don't have support installed for Tibetan fonts, the letters Jinzang wrote won't show up properly on your computer.

And that would be an unfortunate tattoo mistake.
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Re: For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

Postby michaelb » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:36 pm

On what part of your body are you planning to tattoo "for the benefit of all beings?"
:thinking:
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Re: For the benefit of all beings in tibetan

Postby Jinzang » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:44 pm

Just an FYI, but if you don't have support installed for Tibetan fonts, the letters Jinzang wrote won't show up properly on your computer.


When I last checked recent versions of Windows (Vista or newer) and Mac (10.5 or newer) come with Tibetan fonts pre-installed.
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