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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 10:38 am 
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Whether we are able or not to show genuine compassion is not due to an outer circumstance but due to our own obscurations.

Whether we look to His Holiness with attachment or aversion, which he or no any other teacher will teach us, will not be a help to purify mind.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 11:28 am 
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Sorry muni, but could you briefly inform about the topics of this conversation?

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 Post subject: Re: Conversation.
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TMingyur wrote:
Sorry muni, but could you briefly inform about the topics of this conversation?

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Yes Mingyur.

Tibetan culture; in which by the truth showed by Buddha one doesn't reject the human rights and beneficial Buddha Dharma, emerging in the culture.

Therefore I don't close my eyes by sticking my head, filled with lots of elaboration in the sand. Then no genuine compassion at all. :anjali:

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Thank you, muni

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Therefore I don't close my eyes by sticking my head, filled with lots of elaboration in the sand. Then no genuine compassion at all.

You are certainly a great being.

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Equanimity meets boundless kindness, in concepts are many beings getting form. :anjali:

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 Post subject: Re: Conversation.
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Lol, these Buddhas-in-training are a hoot. Clumsy as kittens and twice as cute. Gotta love 'em.

BTW tnks for the links, I like Dalai Lama talks. There are not many like him, who can talk about any topic and saturate it with kindness.

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catmoon wrote:
Lol, these Buddhas-in-training are a hoot.

What is the difference between "Buddhas-in-training" and "Buddhas"?

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:10 am 
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My view is that we have Buddha nature and that a Buddha in training is one who is working to clear the obscurations and impediments that hide it from view.

So there is probably not one person on this board who is not a Buddha in training.

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catmoon wrote:
My view is that we have Buddha nature and that a Buddha in training is one who is working to clear the obscurations and impediments that hide it from view.

Ah ... understand. THX


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