Words of a great beings



He in whose heart the words of the master have entered, Sees the truth like a treasure in his own palm

Drupchen Saraha - Aug 03, 2012

Commit not a single unwholesome actions,
Practice a wealth of Virtue,
To tame the mind of ours,
This is the essence of my teachings.

Buddha - Aug 02, 2012

Three Types of Dharma Engagement by Guru Rinpoche

1) The Person of Inferior Motive engages in Dharma activities purely for the sake of well-being in future lives. Therefore, he avoids all other activities, and will certainly attain rebirth in the higher realms.

2) The Person of Mediocre Motive, due to being dissatisfied with samsaric existence, engages only in virtuous activities. Therefore, he will certainly attain individual liberation.

3) The Person of Superior Motive engages in the practice of bodhicitta (compassionate mind) for the sake of all beings. Therefore, he will certainly attain complete enlightenment.

Padmasambhava [Guru Rinpoche] - Aug 01, 2012

Believe nothing merely because you have been told it. Do not believe what your teacher tells you merely out of respect for the teacher. But whatsoever, after due examination and analysis, you find to be kind, conducive to the good, the benefit, the welfare of all beings -- that doctrine believe and cling to, and take it as your guide

Buddha - Jul 29, 2012

When I look back at my clinging mind, it appears like a short-lived sparrow in the woods- homeless, and with nowhere to sleep: When I think of this, my heart is filled with grief. Rechungpa, will you let yourself indulge in ill-will?? Oh the more I think of this, the more I aspire to Buddha and the Dharma

Milarepa - Jul 28, 2012

 

 

 



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