By Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
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"The good way isn't really tricky if you haven't any personal tastes. "—Seng-ts'an
The Hsin Hsin Ming, Verses at the Faith-Mind by way of Seng-ts'an, the 3rd chinese language patriarch of Zen, is taken into account to be the 1st chinese language Zen rfile. Lucidly translated right here via Richard B. Clarke, it continues to be essentially the most widely-admired and chic of Zen writings, and is as appropriate this present day because it used to be whilst it was once written. In an international the place tension turns out unavoidable, Seng-ts'an's phrases exhibit us find out how to be totally conscious of each one second.
The narrative of a such a lot striking trip through a Buddhist priest named Fa Hsien who travels from China via India to Ceylon, directly to Sumatra and again to China by means of sea.
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giving me the braveness and help to begin this ‘Just be Good’
project, Ven. Dhammika for his sufferer information and advice
throughout the venture, Ven. Aggacitta and Ven. Kumaara for
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T Y Lee
This publication is an Eng. trans. of Fatone's Spanish unique at the Philosophy of Nagarjuna. till Fatone wrote this ebook it was once concept that Nagarjuna was once a nihilist. however the current writer has attempted to end up that Nagarjuna isn't really so. even though the elemental inspiration of Nagarjuna's procedure is that not anything exists, nonetheless he believes within the life of 1 unmarried substance that's the area subspecies aeternitatis.
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Every minute we are getting gray hair, although it may not be particularly visible. Every minute our mechanical body is getting much older and older and older and it is beginning to wear out. And every minute the building that we are sitting in is 34 getting older and older and it is in the process of collapsing. And whatever we do in our life, there is always the possibility that everything is not going to last as long as we expected. We clean up our dining room table, clean up our dishes, and try to make things as if they were new each day.
So a lot of things depend on your intelligence and discipline and exertion-completely. So hopefully, you had better take some more responsibility for the future. It is going to be handed over to you anyway sooner or later-whether you would like to take it or not. And you could reject it or throw it in the dust. But it is up to you to take some responsibility in relating with the dharma that exists in this country. You have to take some responsibility for its presentation and help with future students, not only in this country but in the rest of the world, including Tibet and India.
So basically the path is life experience. That is to say, it is the basic pa:th that exists, carved out of the samsaric world. Basically, the world is a samsaric world. And within that samsaric world, a road is being created, a particular highway is being introduced. So in the midst of this basic samsaric countryside, a path has been cut through-which we might call the spiritual path. It seems that once the path has already been prepared for us, once it has been cut and laid out, with an occasional bridge here or there, or an occasional tunnel here or there-once that path exists, then we also need to have some form of vehicle by which to travel along that path.