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... us (and others in many cases) suffering. We have the ability to recognize that we do not know the true reality of things and therefore are able to prevent suffering due to attachment.
... the non-threatening cloud formations. The cozy temperature now converts the ground moisture from last night's downpour into lazy mist that slowly seeks its way to the sky. An Indian man works a soft melody on his hand carved flute from a street stall adding an aspect of intrigue to the serene morning ambiance. A 9 year old boy does his morning errand of guiding a dozen goats through the street. A Hindu ...
... forest and found a wonderfully secluded spot overlooking the valley. The weather was perfect - clear blue skies and not too hot - just like the best summer’s day back home. The evenings did cool off a little though, but it was nice to have to wrap up a bit after months of sweltering heat! That evening we helped keep ourselves warm by sharing a bottle of rum with Guddu and enjoying his brilliant chat!
There were too many places to eat for us to work our way round ...
... spiritual and temporal leader of the Tibetan people – His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Since 1959 he was been a refugee in India, fostering communities of Tibetan refugees and preserving Tibetan religion and culture as much as possible. Since 1949, China has occupied Tibet. As part of Chairman Mao’s 'Cultural Revolution’, the Chinese army destroyed temples, scriptures, and monuments sacred to Tibetan Buddhism while killing ...
... bubbled up at the sight of the wonderful man. When he walked up the steps and into the temple, he was actually only about ten feet away from us. This may seem far, but his presence and warmth were so strong that it didn't seem like that big of a distance at all. It was truly amazing!
The two-hour teaching was just as inspiring, from what I could understand from the poor translation. He spoke of unhappiness and suffering ...
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