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Wisdom

Compassion and Generosity

 

Source: Compassion & Generosity | Great Middle Way

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Oct 2, 2017

22154496_373875656366689_5813282923501672362_nIn the practice of compassion and generosity

disciples should be detached.

We should practice compassion and generosity

without regard to appearances, without regard to form,

without regard to sound, smell, taste, touch, or any quality of any kind.

This is how we should practice compassion and generosity.

 

Practicing compassion and generosity without attachment

is the way to reaching the Highest Perfect Wisdom,

it is the way to becoming a living Buddha.

—Buddha Shakyamuni, Diamond Sutra

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The wise reject what they think

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The foolish reject what they see,
not what they think.
The wise reject what they think,
not what they see.
~Huang Po

Foolishness

Source: Foolishness | Great Middle Way

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Sept 14, 2017

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If, to his detriment,

the fool grows in cleverness,

he only destroys his own mind,

and his fate is worse than before.

—Buddha Shakyamuni


Stairway to wisdom

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Just as the honey is not sweetness, The words of Wu Hsin are not The truth

With thanks to Yvon at ivonprefontaine.com

Source: Pointers to Non-Duality | Teacher as Transformer

When I am mindful and present to the world in its past, present, and future moments the text I live comes to life with new meaning:

 

Just as the honey is not sweetness,

The words of Wu Hsin are not

The truth.

However, time spent with these words is like

The aftermath of rain.

In due course, a sprouting of

Understanding will occur and

Will bear fruit at a pace

Outside of one’s control.


Good advice from Tibet

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Problem and Solution

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