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How to Stay Away from Afflictions

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What to Do at the Time of Death

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Dependent Arising, Emptiness,and Modern Life - Talk at Stanford

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What Actually Happens When We Die

What Actually Happens When We Die

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2016 Teaching Series in Canada Drawing the Line Between Worldly and Transworldly Buddhist Paths

Drawing the Line Between Worldly and Transworldly Buddhist Paths

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Entering into the Path of the Great Perfection

Entering into the Path of the Great Perfection

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2016 Teaching Series in USA The Three Principal Aspects of the Path –the Core of Buddha's Teaching

The Three Principal Aspects of the Path –the Core of Buddha's Teaching

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Overseas Teaching 26.07.2017

It is possible to divide practitioners to three categories: the highest kind, the middling kind, and the lowest kind. The highest kind of practitioner is someone who enjoys results from their practice every day. ...

Khenpo's Blog 26.07.2017

I went back to my hometown to give the residents there a two-day teaching on buddhadharma, ethics, environmental protection, and AIDS prevention. I saw some familiar faces that I had not seen for thirty years ...

Words Of Wisdom 26.07.2017

In the modern world, people also have similar questions. There are some who have never stolen things, killed or hurt anyone; rather, they have kept their vows and practiced virtue. Yet, they often seem to be ...

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The Right View

You may wonder why this topic is chosen. The reason is simply because even some veteran Buddhists in both China and Tibet do not know the real meaning and the scope of Buddhism. Other than the monastics, most farmers and nomads in Tibet think that to be able to help build a stupa or a magnificent temple from time to time, or to recite the six-word mantra of Avalokitesvara, will make them good enough Buddhists. But all these are just doing good deeds, not learning or practicing the Dharma. So, further explanation about Buddhism is certainly necessary.

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Buddhism, certainly Tibetan Buddhism, places great importance on happiness. However, the emphasis in Mahayana Buddhism is not on one's own happiness; it is the welfare of all sentient beings which is important. When we strive to bring joy to all beings, we can be sure of attaining even greater happiness for ourselves. This well-being ultimately surpasses any that material enjoyment can bring. Such is the Tibetan Buddhist view on happiness.