The immaculate Dalai of Lama was revered as a modern Gautama. While he discoursed, with mirth upon karmic rebirth he reminded us all of his mama. More Tibetan Buddhism HERE Lemme axe u dis: do Haiku thrill the urban poetry-lovers?
ཆོས་ཀྱི་རྒྱ་མཚོ་ Bards of the bardo, hear my lay; ye glacial Himalayas, sway. Raise a warming toast in sake, while my mystic muse gets cocky. You who seek enlightenment unto whom these lines are sent open wide your spirit’s portal (you—who are not yet immortal) as we weigh a departed soul and hurl a vajra. Let it roll […]
Multitudes will be liberated by that recognition; and although multitudes obtain liberation in that manner, the number of sentient beings being great, evil karma powerful, obscurations dense, propensities o too long standing, the Wheel of Ignorance and Illusion becometh neither exhausted nor accelerated. The Tibetan Book of the Dead translation: Lāma Kazi Dawa-Samdup “Free Tibet” […]
MINDFULNESS is over-rated. BEING CENTERED misses the mark. MODERATION is a refuge for dead souls. Although the Dalai Lama speaks of Buddha, this world’s judge is still the Lion of Judah. and though no sinner consent to hear it, nothing shall obstruct God’s Holy Spirit. great book on Tibetan Buddhism: