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Title: Tenzin Zangpo Rinpoche (10/06/2016)
Post by: Pang on June 23, 2016, 08:04:26 am
When we have some worldly karmic rewards, such as earning some money, maintaining good health, working successfully, we very easily get trapped into pursuing the happiness of the Samsara. At this moment, we usually do not have time to study the Dharma, and not to mention to contemplate the defects of the Samsara. Although life is always full of sufferings, we are addicted to the temporary good times without any concerns, then how can we generate the idea of seeking liberation?

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Title: Re: Tenzin Zangpo Rinpoche (10/06/2016)
Post by: stillpointdancer on June 25, 2016, 03:04:44 am
That's a good point. I was lucky being a teacher in that the longer time off allowed me to spend stretches of time studying the Dharma and meditating. I had to develp much shorter meditations while I was teaching, and to take the long view of anything I was studying.
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