By Yingrik Drubpa Rinpoche 作者 央瑞智巴上师 Compassion is not something embraced when a compassionate mind or behavior brings temporary joy and positive results, but rejected when it leads to a temporary suffering and loss. 慈悲心，不是當慈悲的心行帶給自己暫時的安樂和收獲時就擁抱慈悲心，而當慈悲的心行帶給自己暫時的苦痛和損失時就舍棄慈悲心。 Authentic compassion knows no fear and stays unchanged whatsoever. It does not rise and fall […]
A story about kindness 一個關於仁慈的故事 A Jataka Tale 佛本生傳中的一個故事 Translated by Yingrik Drubpa 翻譯：央瑞智巴 Illustrated by Rosalyn White 圖示：羅莎琳・懷特 Once upon a time deep within a jungle in the far-off land of India, there lived a Great Being in the form of a wild buffalo, the inside he had a […]
A Mirror Revealing the Crucial Points: Advice on the Ultimate Meaning by Longchen Rabjam Translated by Adam Pearcey Single embodiment of the compassion, power and activity Of the infinite mandalas of victorious buddhas, beyond measure, Glorious lama, supreme sovereign lord of a hundred buddha families, At your feet, now and forever, […]
To practice dharma, one should understand that the so-called “I,” is in fact the physical and functional appearance of the body (the “self,” consisting of form, feeling, perception, mental formations and consciousness), and it is only an illusory projection of temporary causes and conditions (dualistic functioning between self and phenomena).