SETRAP PUJA (ENGLISH)
Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga Commentary
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What is World Peace?
Personally selected by His Eminence Tsem Tulku Rinpoche to complement your practice
Professor Randy Pausch, who suffered from pancreatic cancer, gave an upbeat lecture on September 18, 2007 at Carnegie Mellon…
They say every picture is worth a thousand words…well, this is one story where words are hardly necessary to convey [...]
You may have been a Buddhist all your life but do you know what taking refuge means? Or perhaps you [...]
These images of H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche were taken on a recent trip to Kelantan, a state on the east [...]
When our world falls apart, when we suffer loss, when it seems everyone is turning against us, we have to [...]
Understanding that the good fortune we are presently enjoying is the result of the practice of generosity in the past, [...]
We have to stop thinking about the wall in front of us, and look at the space behind the wall [...]
Life in the context of Buddhism means past, present and future lives. Remembering life means learning from the past in [...]
We need to be mindful that although death is certain, the time of death is uncertain. Death can be just [...]
Being unattached, we are ready for new and fresh experiences and discoveries…
Don't keep us to yourself! Spread the love; spread the Dharma.
Getting back at those who hurt you doesn’t help them and it doesn’t help you. Cut it off now. Forgive them. Then the anger goes away
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