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DALAI  LAMA

TIBETAN BUDDHISM

 

 

 

 

     
 

 

 

 

By the Dalai Lama  1997

Snow Lion Publications

Excerpt  from the movie "Kundun":

 

 

The Dalai Lama

Gendendrub:

He was the first.

He was Chenrezig.

We call him Kundun.

 

 

You have chosen to Come back
To this life
Once more.

 

 

You will stay

As long as you can

And then you will

Come again.

 

 

You will be born

Again and again

As long as all life

Continues.

 

 

You are here to
Love
All living things.

 

 

Just love them

Care for them

Have compassion

for 

them.

 

 

As long as

Any living thing

Draws breath

Wherever life shall be

There in compassion

Shall the Buddha Appear.

 

 

The Buddha of Compassion

The Wish-Fulfilling Jewel

The 14th Dalai Lama.

 

 

May I be the doctor

And the medicine.

 

 

And may I be the nurse,

For all sick beings

In the world

Until everyone is

Healed.

 

 

May I be the Protector
For those
Without one.

 

 

May I be

a bridge,

a boat,

a ship,

For all who wish

To cross the water.

 

 

I take refuge in

The Three Jewels:

The Buddha,

The Dharma, and

The Sangha.

 

 

What is the cause of

Suffering?

 

 

Pride causes

Suffering.

 

 

 

 
     

 

 


"The true hero is the one
who gains victory
over hatred."
- Dalai Lama
    

 

 

     
 

 

 


"HEALING ANGER"

by the DALAI LAMA


Anger could become obsolete
if enough people
would study this highly effective book
that demonstrates the power
of Tibetan Buddhism
through the mind
of the
Dalai Lama.

A copy may be purchased
from the publisher: 
 Snow Lion Publications.

This book gives you guidance
with powerful religious tools
to achieve great inner peace
in the midst of a world
constantly enabling
causes for anger.

This book, "Healing Anger,"
by the Dalai Lama is
  required reading
for all Stoics.

 

"Healing Anger" by the Dalai Lama

Excerpt, pp. 36, 37:

 

 
 

 


  "When we are engaged
in the practice of
patience and tolerance,
in reality what is happening
is that we are engaged
in combat with
hatred and
anger.
 


Since it is a situation
of combat,
one seeks victory,
but one also
has to be prepared
for the possibility
of losing the
battle.


So while one is engaged
in combat,
one should not lose sight
of the fact that
in the process
one will encounter
many problems and
hardships.


One should have the ability
to withstand these
hardships
and have the
fortitude
to bear
these
problems.
 

Someone who
gains victory
over
hatred and
anger
through such an
arduous process
is a
true hero.


 On the one hand,
those people who fight
with other human beings
out of anger, hatred, and
strong emotion,
even if they gain victory
over their enemies in battle,
are not
in reality true heroes.


 What they are doing is
slaying corpses,
because human beings,
being transient,
will die.


Whether or not these enemies
die in the battle
is another question,
but they will die
at some point.


So what is happening,
in reality
is that they are
slaying
corpses.


 The true hero is
the one who
gains victory
over
hatred."

 

 
 
 

 

 

MAY THE WISDOM FORCE BE WITH YOU

WISDOM PEACE

 

 

 

 

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