Jun 7, 2019

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A few humble words on occasion of “GURU DAY” on the feet of my great Guru

A few humble words on occasion of “GURU DAY” on the feet of my great Guru

A few humble words on occasion of “GURU DAY” on the feet of my great Guru

Guru Day

Reverend Gurujee

Om Mani Padme Hum

I bow before your lotus foot

A few days earlier I was reading an article shared by our Guru regarding the proper appellation of a spiritual teacher. He found that at some pagoda the spiritual masters are called Sifu. Guru after pondering over and analyzing the term came to the conclusion that it is not the proper term as it imbibes some stiff and strong person training the youths the martial art and are incapable to be a spiritual teacher. The proper appellation is Guru, which means that who is capable of wiping out the darkness of ignorance of a disciple and make his life smooth, nature tender and enlighten him for higher achievements in spiritual and mundane life. This is the reason Guru has been given a sublime position and higher status in mundane and religious life. Guru is considered to be greater than anything in this universe as depicted in different religions.

The proper appellation is Guru, which means that who is capable of wiping out the darkness of ignorance of a disciple and make his life smooth, nature tender and enlighten him for higher achievements in spiritual and mundane life

Yesterday, while I was coming from Patna in a very crowded bus I found people gossiping on a very important topic, the importance of a teacher. Though the discussion was on a very mundane level and people opinion was in favour of the teacher who not only imparts the secular knowledge for obtaining a job but also marks change in the student’s character and behaviour. There is a popular saying, “Knowledge imparts humility, humility provides aptness, after being apt in human behaviour one achieves wealth properly and that piously and properly earned wealth gives peace, satisfaction and happiness in life.”  I could not check my temptation in to participate into the interesting discussion. I asked a question, “If Guru and the God both are standing before you to whom you will salute the first.” (I used the word God for two simple reasons. First the people who were in the bus were all Hindu. They cannot understand the importance of the Buddha as I feel and know. And secondly, even if I use the term Buddha they will understand it God Vishnu as Buddha has been declared in Hindu religion as the last incarnation of the God Vishnu. And if I continue to make them understand and argue then either the spirit of the discussion will be lost or I will face the tough situation and ridiculed by the people)  Every one answered, ‘the God’. I said no, one must salute the Guru first. Why, one gentle man asked. He further added the God is great. He created the world as well the Guru. In such a situation we must touch His feet first and later on the Guru.  I said, only because it is Guru and Guru only who gave you the knowledge of the God. Earlier we were ignorant he gave us the knowledge. We did not know about the God, he made us know. The person who gives the knowledge is greater than the creator. We must touch his feet first and the so called creator latter. And thus the Guru is greater than the God even. This is the reason even God has respected his Guru, touched his feet and always considered pious and greater than him. Even the Buddha when attained enlightenment and prayed by the Brahma and the other gods to to preach to the mankind he first remembered of his Gurus Alar kalam and Uddakaramputta and thought to impart his knowledge to him first as they made him able to meditate further.

He never paid disregard to him rather he felt indebted to him for the meditative knowledge of Akasanancannayatana and Nevasanna nasanna respectively. And on that stepping stone he achieved the further knowledge. This is the reason the place of the Guru is greater than anyone else in the universe. The inquisitive people got satisfied. I was happy that by Guru’s grace I could make them understand and satisfied. Finally all of the people participating in the discussion were agreeable that the Guru plays an important role in shaping the human life. Guru from his long experience and insight guides the disciple, though often Guru’s strict discipline appears painful to the student. Without any Guru life becomes difficult and path appears painful. Hence it is desirable to take shelter of Guru’s affection and supervision that will our path of life easy, smooth and full of pleasure.

Guru’s affection and supervision that will our path of life easy, smooth and full of pleasure.

It is a fact that the spiritual path itself has become obscured by confusion. People think they have to meditate for a certain number of years, or they think they need to memories’ the Bible or Buddhist tenets.

One of the most important purposes of the spiritual teacher  (Guru)r is to turn the student inward and to teach her how to learn. … Instead, the growth of the student’s inner knowing is the intended sounding bell for truth and for guidance through the experiential journey of the spiritual path.

It goes without saying that The Gurus are incredibly helpful people. In a world where there are so many lies and misconceptions, Guru helps light the path back to the inner world within each of us. However, due to deceptions that lead people towards external answers, the role of the spiritual teacher is vastly misunderstood. The spiritual teacher is often expected to be some kind of ‘Truth Candy’ dispenser, and if the seeker gets enough of this mystical candy, then enlightenment comes.

But that is not how it works, and because of these ideas, I am writing here about the true role of the spiritual teacher.

 Guru is the person holding the torch

A Guru is like a person holding a torch. From the torch springs forth light to illuminate the surroundings. When a seeker comes in contact with a true teacher, he or she may not really know how to respond. The responses can be varied, including:

  • They want to take the Guru’s torch or think that that’s the type of light that they should be shining
  • They are immediately appalled at everything that they see, blame the teacher, and run away
  • They like how the teacher looks holding the torch and choose to sit and adore the light instead of igniting their own torch.

These, of course, are incorrect responses. Sometimes the student will be wise enough to touch his or her torch to the teacher’s, and from that contact, the student’s awareness is momentarily ignited. But it becomes the student’s job to tend to that light. If it is not tended to, it may quickly get extinguished—like fire on wet wood. Then the student moves through a cycle of returning again and again to the teacher to re-ignite that flame… until she has done the work to make an acceptable space that can hold the heat and brilliance of the fire, which is nothing more than their own amazing awareness.

Turning the student to the Inner Journey

One of the most important purposes of the spiritual teacher is to turn the student inward and to teach her how to learn. Because the spiritual path is not one of rote memorisation, the student must often be untaught ways of learning. The student must also be taught how to engage with rationality and to know when to let it go. This isn’t traded for some kind of misguided blind faith. Instead, the growth of the student’s inner knowing is the intended sounding bell for truth and for guidance through the experiential journey of the spiritual path. Without that inner compass, the student becomes dependent on the teacher and his wisdom in seeing clearly. But the teacher has no intention of being the permanent eyes for any student, so the teacher will continue to guide the student back to her inner journey again and again until the flame of awareness burns on its own.

Why true Guru don’t work with all seekers

It is true that real Gurus don’t work with all spiritual seekers. This isn’t out of an ego game, but instead, it comes from a profound and loving space of helping those who are ready to go into these deep places, while letting those who are not yet equipped for it continue to grow on their own. The spiritual teacher truly understands that there’s a divine plan at work, and that if the student is not yet ready, he should in no way interfere with that lack of readiness with some kind of idea of ‘helping’ the student get somewhere quickly. This is very a common misconception in under-developed spiritual teachers, who think that everyone needs to be enlightened right now. In truth, everyone needs to be exactly where they are right now. People are where they are, and that’s perfect. But for those who are ready to take the next step, teachers will often challenge them to see if those inner seeds of readiness are actually ready to sprout.

From this space, the teacher may crack jokes or make off-color comments to see if the student is paying attention. The teacher may be mean or act like a buffoon, depending on what the lesson is [which could be something like illuminating the great cosmic joke of this world and how silly we are in taking ourselves so seriously]. The teacher may do a lot of things that may seem counter to the popular image of a profound, serious, and quiet individual, who walks, talks and acts in a certain way. The unprepared student will say to him or herself, “This can’t bea Guru. He acts like such a fool.” The student who is ready will say to herself, “I am just as ridiculous as this person here. Perhaps, I shouldn’t take myself so seriously.” And then the student will laugh, and the teacher upon seeing this little moment of recognition will laugh. And the teaching will already have begun.

Gurus are those who know their place

For as much as the term ‘Guru’ is concerned it is thrown around these days, it is not a catch-all phrase. There are quite a few different types of teachers out there. All of them have different ranges of abilities, and it’s equally important that those of you who are teachers understand your role and your limitations. We need teachers of all sorts and kinds because of all the pain and illusion that has enveloped this world, but we also need teachers to understand what they can and can’t do. You would not go to an auto mechanic to get your computer fixed. So why might you go to a  teacher to learn how to meditate? You’d go to a meditation teacher for that.

 

I like to make up loose categories for lots of things on the spiritual path. I say ‘loose’ because they’re made up, but they can help to create a framework of understanding. I often describe spiritual teachers in three main groups, and then there are the masters. Here’s a simple break-down that you can choose to accept or not:

  • Level 1 The Guru: They know their tradition, and they are guardians of it. They are unlikely to have awakened, and their main purpose is to help people learn their specific practices and belief system. This is like a Christian priest who knows the Bible very well.
  • Level 2 The Guru: They know a specific tradition, and they had a profound spiritual opening through it. This is like a yoga teacher who once had an amazing spiritual experience through yoga. So this person teaches yoga to help others to achieve similar experiences.
  • Level 3 The Guru: They have had an awakening, and they teach across multiple disciplines. They can interweave a lot of different religious and spiritual traditions because they can sense how things interconnect.

The final category is for the masters, who simply are. They don’t need to teach, but they can. They can use whatever tool [meditation, hugging, laughing, screaming, etc.] in the present moment to do the work they feel called to do. Their very presence and being already creates shifts in accordance to the divine plan, so it doesn’t matter what they do in the external world. Because doing and action in the external world is always secondary to being and presence, and the master embodies this awareness.

With these above mentioned words I pray my holy Guru to grant me the permission to take a break.

Om Mani Padme Hum.

Long live our Guru along with his concert for the welfare of many and happyness of many

With regards

Tantrasutradaka

(Avinash kumar Srivastava)


Vietnames version: Thư Ấn Độ: ĐÔI LỜI CẢM NIỆM NHÂN ĐẠI NHẬT THÁNH LỄ ĐẠO SƯ (Bài mở đặc biệt)

  1. Nguyên Thành says:

    Dear Tantra Sutradaka! Your acticle ís excelent! I like it very much because it hepl me to speak verythings what I need to present my ideas. Thank you very much!

  2. Mật Chánh Tấn says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka!

    I would like to express my delight to read what you have shared in this article. Your sharing in this article has helped me to understand more the important role of the Guru during my journey to the path of liberation. As you have shared in the article that “Guru is the person holding the torch”, i understand that “the torch” could be seen as the methods within Pure Mind Yoga, such as Samyagdrsti-Prabha Samadhi, Meditation on Bodhicitta or Uninterrupted Offering,  which the holy Guru has been giving us instructions, allow us to have firm steps on the path of liberation. Also, as you have shared in this article, the holy Guru’s instruction turns the student to the inner journey. In other words, the holy Guru’s methods allow us to look back at ourselves, to ask ourselves “did we actually understand and know how to cherish valuable lessons from the holy Guru?”. I agree with what you shared “the teacher will continue to guide the student back to her inner journey again and again until the flame of awareness burns on its own”. This is true and really important when the student blindly push their focus on material world instead of making effort on practicing Dharma and nurturing devotion toward the Guru. And this is the situation that i am going through. Thanks to holy Guru’s teaching, i could have opportunity to find out my ungrateful behavior as i did not cherish the chance that the holy Guru gave for practicing renunciation as well as Bodhicitta. Instead of that, i let the greedy blind my eyes. I feel shamed for such unaccepted actions of mine, but at the same time i feel lucky to have opportunity for realizing it sooner before too late, all thanks to holy Guru’s teaching.  Relying on holy Guru’s teaching, i believe anyone can have happy and fulfilled life by looking back at ourselves, correct our mistakes and nurtures devotion towards the holy Guru. Thank you for sharing your story that has made me feel proud for having such great opportunity in this life to follow and learn Pure Mind Yoga from holy Guru.

    May holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the benefit of all sentient beings.

    May Tantra Sutradaka get joyful and successful on the path to enlightenment.

    May all sentient beings get the happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum!

  3. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read the article you have shared. I am happy to read about about the true role of the spiritual teacher. It mentioned clearly that (1) Guru is the person holding the torch,  (2) One of the most important purposes of the spiritual teacher is to turn the student inward and to teach her how to learn,  (3) it is true that real Gurus don’t work with all spiritual seekers. This isn’t out of an ego game, but instead, it comes from a profound and loving space of helping those who are ready to go into these deep places, while letting those who are not yet equipped for it continue to grow on their own.  (4) Gurus are those who know their place. And I am impressed by The final category is for the masters, who simply are. They don’t need to teach, but they can. It doesn’t matter what they do in the external world. Because doing and action in the external world is always secondary to being and presence, and the master embodies this awareness.

    I have learnt that Guru plays an important role on the progress of the disciples’ spiritual path because he not only holds the torching of Buddhist wisdom for the ultimate liberation,  he also teaches disciples how to light up their own torches from the source of Guru’s torch so that they can be awaken by their own torches.  Guru teaches them stand firmly on their own feet,  not lean on others. Because human beings have to find out their Buddha nature by themselves inward. In my opinion,  the fuel to light the torch up and keep the torch lighting is the devotion towards our Guru,  see our Guru as the Buddha. It is the deep devotion which helps us to be closer to the Buddha or Buddha’s nature. In the book of The Heart of The Path,  Lama Zopa Rinpoche explains the importance of the spiritual teacher and advises how to train the mind in Guru devotion, the root of the path to enlightenment, as follows: “When we serve our Guru with this awareness of the absolute Guru, the holy mind of all the Buddhas, even if we are offering only a cup of tea, we are spontaneously aware that we are offering the tea to all the Buddhas. If we are sitting next to our Guru we are aware that we are sitting next to all the Buddhas of the ten directions. When our Guru gives us advice, teachings or an initiation we are aware that all the Buddhas are giving us the advice, teachings or initiation. Even if we don’t have realization of this, it is effective to attempt to listen to teachings with this awareness. We will then feel much more connection; we will feel much closer to all the Buddhas.”

    Thank you so much for your wonderful sharing. I am looking forward to reading more of your sharing.

    May Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    May Tantra Sutradaka’s righteous wishes come true and be at ease on the path of liberation.

    May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of the Buddha nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  4. Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read your article. According to your article, I can see how important Guru is. Its started from your explanation of why Guru is greater than God to people on the same bus, then you share more thought and knowledge as Guru is the person who hold the torch, Guru turns student to the inner journey, why true Guru does not work with all seekers and Gurus know their place. Thank you so much for meaningful article.

    We are so grateful that we have a chance to meet and learn Pure Mind Yoga from our Holy Guru who is greater than anything in this universe.

    May Guru and his consort have good health and live long for the benefit of all sentient beings.

    May Tantra Sutradaka get joyful on the path to enlightenment.

    May all sentient beings get the happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum!

    May

  5. Mật Nhuận Quang says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka!

    I delighted to read what you have shared in this article. Through your writing, I understand the great importance of the Holy Guru on the path to enlightenment. Thank you for sharing your story and your thought.

    Dear Holy Guru!

    I joyfully praise your virtue, wisdom, and Bodhicitta invented six methods of dharma practice to help us to obtain the success and achievements on the path to enlightenment. I would like to express my gratitude for your teaching.
    May you and your consort live long for the sake of all sentient beings.
    May Tantra Sutradaka have good health and make progress on the path to enlightenment.
    May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of Buddha’s nature.
    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  6. Mật Thuận Liên says:
    Dear, Tantra Sutradaka

    I would like to express my delight to read what you shared  in this artical. Your sharing helps me understand that the Guru plays an important role in building students’ character and Guru’s affection and supervision that will our path of life easy, smooth and full of pleasure. In addition, you help me know who Guru is. The proper appellation is Guru, which means that who is capable of wiping out the darkness of ignorance of a disciple and make his life smooth, nature tender and enlighten him for higher achievements in spiritual and mundane life.

    On the other hand, God is great who created the world as well as the Guru. However, we must touch his feet first and later on the Guru.  The Guru only who gave you the knowledge of the God. Earlier we were ignorant he gave us the knowledge.

    By reading your writing, you devide the Guru among three main groups such as: level 1 the Guru, level 2 the Guru, and the last group is master. The masters who simply are and they don’t need to teach, but they can. They can use whatever tool( meditation, hugging, laughing, screaming, etc). In the preasent moment to do the work they feel called to do. Thankyou for your sharing your thinking and experiences.

    May holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for benifits of all sentient beings.

    Wish you and yous get happiness and successfulness in life.

    May all sentient beings get the happiness of Buddha’s nature

    Om mani padme hum

     

  7. Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am elated to read your beautiful sharing on occasion of “GURU day”.

    It is so meaningful when reading about your discussion with the crowd on that bus. “The person who gives the knowledge is greater than the creator”, your words help me be more appreciatedly the crucial role of the Guru throughout our journey to the city of liberation. And your writing becomes more impressive with four thorough ideas about the Guru, Guru is the person holding the torch, Turning the student to the inner journey, Why true Guru don’t work with all seekers and Guru are those who knows their places. Especially, the biggest impression that makes me moved is the final category – the masters, who simply are the Guru. I can see, through this, very clearly the characteristic of “the masters” at our holy Guru at Song Nguyen Tantra House. How lucky we are when we had the greatest chance, to meet and follow Him to learn Pure Mind Yoga. Thank you so much, Tantra Sutradaka, for this article.

    May Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    May Tantra Sutradaka’s legitimate wishes come true.

    May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  8. Mật Thủy says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I’m joyful with your sharing on occasion of “Guru day”. I agree with you that Guru is more important to the students than the Buddha. Guru is greater than anything in this universe. Your article has brightened my day as well as warmed me up in this cold and wet weather of New Zealand.

    Your sharing has reminded me that we still have a shadow of life in this hard world. That is the Guru, who teaches us about the Buddha, how to practice and apply Dharma for a happy and successful life. He is the channel for us to connect to the Buddha, transferring blessings from the Buddha to us. I’d like to praise your argues about the true role of the spiritual teacher which prove our Guru is the true one. Fortunately, we have our Guru in this life so that we can take shelter of Guru’s affection and supervision, then our path of life is easy, smooth and full of pleasure.

    Thank you for your meaningful article at the right time. Hope you and your family good health and your legitimate wishes soon be fulfilled.

    May Guru and his consort be healthy and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    Om mani padme hum!

  9. Tantra Upatissa says:
    Dear Guru thanks for sharing this article.

    Also many thanks to Tantra Sutradaka for beautifully explaining the importance of Guru in our lives. With Guru’s blessings and courage in Tantra Sutradaka he was able to explain the people in bus about the importance of Guru and why he must be given importance.

    Also by reading this article we came to know different types of Guru’s. Even the God’s requested Lord Buddha to give preaching to human kind. And Lord Buddha thought of first teaching to his Very first Guru.

    May Guru and his consort live long for sake of other beings and get enlightened.

    May all beings be free from suffering and get enlightened.

    Om Mani Padme Hum..

  10. Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read your article. It mades me clear about the true role of the spiritual teacher as below that:

    +Guru is the person holding the torch.

    +Turning the student to the Inner Journey.

    +Why true Guru don’t work what all seekers.

    +Guru are those who know their place.

    Thereby, I feel that I am great blessing when I was met and become student of Guru in this life. Without Guru ‘s teaching, I will be not know all teaching of the Buddha, not method and how to use it on my life. Although I have heard and known about the Buddha. But I have not guide and experience from the true Guru. It looks like that I am sitting in “samsara prison” and reading a book about city of liberation. Only Guru, who gives us the key to open the door and step out into this city.

    Thank you so much Tantra Sutradaka for your article.

    May Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for sake of all sentient beings.

    May Tantra Sutradaka’s legitimate wishes come true.

    May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  11. Mật Khuê Minh says:

    Dear Tantra Sutradaka

    I am delighted to read your article.

    I woud like to say many thanks for your sharing that help me to see the particularly specal position of the Guru with us and the the beings. The Guru is the person who gave us the knowledge of the Buddha. Earlier we were ingnoranthe gave us the knowledge. We did not know about the Buddha, he make us know. The person who gives the knowledge is greater than the creator. That is the reason the place of the Guru Is greater than anyone else in the universe. When aware of this, we will understand the mind of the The holy monk Atisha’ teaching: The holy monk Atisha said that: ” your Guru is more compassionate than the Buddha and your Guru’s teachings are more important than the sutra text”.

    According to the article, I get more the knowledge about the true role of the Guru by your sharing: (1) Guru is the person holding the torch/ (2) One of the most important purposes of the Guru is to turn the student inward and to teach her how to learn /( 3) Why true Guru don’t work with all seekers ? Because the Guru truly understands that there is a divine plan at work, and that if the student is not yet ready, he should in no way interfere with that lack of readiness with some kind of idea of “ helping” the student get some where quickly / (4) Gurus are those who know their place. And I impressed by the final category is for the Masters, who simple are. They don’t need to teach, but they can. It does not matter what they do in the extemal word. Because doing and action in the extemal world is always secondary to being and presence, and the master embodies this awareness.

    Thank you so much for meaningful article

    May Guru and his consort have good health and live long for the benefit of all sentient beings

    May Tantra Sutradaka get joyfull on the path to enlightenment.

    Om mani padme hum

     

  12. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Upatissa sang tiếng Việt như sau:

    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã đăng bài viết này.

    Cản ơn huynh Tantra Sutradaka đã chia sẻ những luận giải hay về tầm quan trọng của Đạo sư trong cuộc sống của chúng con. Nhờ ơn phước từ vị Thầy, nhờ sự sách tấn của Thầy mà huynh Tantra Sutradaka đã giải thích cho những hành khách đi chung chuyến xe buýt hiểu rõ tầm quan trọng của Đạo sư và nguyên do tại sao Đạo sư có tầm quan trọng như vậy.

    Khi đọc bài chia sẻ này, chúng con hiểu thêm về phân loại các nhóm những vị Thầy. Kể cả khi đức Phật đạt giác ngộ và được vị Phạm thiên cùng các vị thần khác thỉnh cầu chuyển pháp luân, người đầu tiên Ngài nghĩ tưởng đến là vị Thầy đầu tiên của mình.

    Con cầu nguyện Thầy Cô trụ thế lâu dài vì sự lợi lạc của tất cả chúng sanh.

    Cầu nguyện tất cả chúng sanh đoạn trừ khổ đau và đạt được giác ngộ.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  13. Mật Nhị Khang says:
    Dear Tantra Sukadaka

    I am grateful for your article.

    This article make clear meaning of the spiritual teacher in four rule:

    -To help people to learn their specific practices and belief system.

    -To help others to achieve similar experiences

    -Can interweave a lot ò different religious and spirittual traditions

    -At last spiritual teacher can use whatever tool to keep discriple his life smooth, nature tender and enlighten.

    Thanks for your sharing article.

    May holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the benefit of all sentient being.

    May Tantra Sukadaka get joyful and successful on the path to enlightenment.

    May all sentient beings get the happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  14. Mật Chánh Hoa says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,
    I really rejoice in your sharing in article “A few humble words on occasion of “GURU DAY” on the feet of my great Guru”.
    In your sharing, I have understanding about the true role of the spiritual teacher – Guru is like a person holding the torch to help our journey to the path of liberation. I like your sharing about “The Guru plays an important role in shaping the human life. Guru from his long experience and insight guides the disciple, though often Guru’s strict discipline appears painful to the student. Without any Guru life becomes difficult and path appears painful”.
    May the Guru and his consort long live for the benefit of all sentient beings.
    Thanks for Tantra Sutradaka’s sharing. I hope read more your articles on chanhtuduy.com. May Tantra Sutradaka have good health and fulfill all your wishes.
    May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of the Buddha’s nature
    Om Mani Padme Hum!
  15. Dear Tantra Sutradaka

    This is an amazing and meaningful article of yours on the occasion of Guru Rinpoche’s Day. Just like the true meaning of the appellation “Guru”, which means who is capable of wiping out the darkness of ignorance of a disciple and making his life better, your article has introduced new angles of the important role of a spiritual teacher.

    The spiritual teacher is the one who helps light the path back to the inner world within each of us. How to light it up is pointed out by “touching” the disciple’s torch to the teacher’s and at the same time, (the teacher) should teach his disciples ways of learning. The disciples shouls also be taught “to engage with rationality and to know when to let it go”. We, members of Song Nguyen Tantra House, have been taught by our Guru in this way long ago in the sense of “self-help practice, divinity support”. With six marvelous spiritual inventions which are likened to the torch of wisdom and compassion he’s holding, we have had a chance rehearse/practice (touch his torch) and fruitfully applied into our mundane life. It is also ways to fight back the evil force for the long lasting of right view (engage in rationality) and the readiness of renounce for the sake of Dharma (to know when to let it go). All these we’ve been learning from the inspiring example of our Guru. Brilliant examples of other vajra brothers under the guidance of Guru are likened to “the flame of awareness” that “burns on its own.”

    I totally agree with you that a true Guru doesn’t work with all seekers. This is true as the Buddha himself said he cannot teach those who are without good affinity, thus cannot propagate his teachings to every sentient being. This is because of their darkness of ignorance has prevented them from knowing how to “touch” the teacher’s torch of wisdom and compasison or simly from seeing that light, thus the teacher cannot help those who are not ready to take the next step. Their fixed mindset hinders them from realizing the sparkling light of a wish-fulfilling gem (lessons the teacher wants to teach, his pure quality) which is covered by the outside sharp layer of rock (his peculiar behaviors). That’s the reason why the Flower Ornament Sutra advises us not to feel suspicious to see a Guru “act like a buffoon”.

    Another detail I take delight is your profound awareness of the role of the Guru through the story about “God” and “Guru”, in which Guru should be the one we take hat off for he is greater than anyone else in this unverse. “Without any Guru, life becomes difficult and path appears painful. Hence it is desireable the take shelter o Guru affection and supervision that will make out path of life easy, smooth and full of pleasures!”

    Reverend Guru,

    On the occasion of the Day of Guru’s Rinpoche, I bow my head before our lotus foot.

    May Guru and your consort live long and continue to take the torch to light up the darkess of ignorance in the sentient beings’ mind. May Thanh Tri Yoga last long for the sake of all setient beings

    May Tantra Sutradaka have health and achieve righteous wishes

  16. Mật Khánh Ngân (Lê Mai Dung) says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    Thank you very much for sharing your article. I am happy to read what you have described in the article.

    Through your article I can understand more about the important roles of the spiritual teacher, the Guru, toward our path to the libration. The Guru is like a person who holds the torch, and teaches his students how to contact with that torch, how to keep going and brighting with that torch on the way to Buddha’s world.

    May the Guru to have good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    Hope Tantra Sutradaka’s legitimate wishes soon become true.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  17. Mật Thanh Ngân says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka

    I’m happy to read your article on the occasion of Guru day.

    Your heart sharing express accurately roles of respected Guru, he is embody of Three Jewels and the channel transferring blessing from Three Jewels to Buddhists as well. Owing to Guru, Buddha’s teaching applied to daily life efficiently by his spiritual practising methods. Without Guru, human being can not approach Buddhism so dharma practising is impossible.

    Thanks so much Tatra Sutradaka.

    May holy Guru and his consort with good health and long life for the sake of every ones.

    Om Mani Padme Hum

  18. Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read your article – an amazing writing on the occasion of Guru Rinpoche’s day. Thanks to your sharing, I understand more deeply about the role of a Guru in our lives and another meaning of “Guru”.

    The role of a Guru can be understood in 2 angles: (1) A Guru is like a person holding a torch, and a wise disciple must be a person who can touch his torch to the Guru’s and his job would be sustaining of the light; (2) Turning the disciple to the inner journey, teaching them how to learn because the disciple can not lean on the Guru’s wisdom all the time. A Guru would guide disciples back to their inner journey until the flame of awareness burns on its own.

    Obviously, “the Guru is more merciful than the Buddha, the Guru’s words are more important than sutra”, for the ordinary people, we can not do anything or achieve the comprehensive awareness without the Holy Guru’s guidance. Thanks to your sharing I feel more proudly and fortunately when we can become the Holy Guru’s disciples – a Guru who owns 6 spiritual inventions and built up a gorgeous Vimalakirti palace chanhtuduy.com bringing benefits to all beings.

    May you and your family have a good health and achieve your expectations in mundane life.
    May our Holy Guru and his consort live long for the benefit of all sentient beings
    May all sentient beings could achieve happiness of the Buddhahood.

    Om ah hum.

  19. Mật Đăng Tâm says:
    Dear brother Dharma Tantra Sutradaka!
    Mat Dang Tam rejoy to read your wrting. How beautiful your share is. Your writing help me understand more clearly the great role of the spiritual teacher, and clearly, if we want to find out the door that opens into the Liberate City then we need to rely on holy Guru. I also understand that, i have found the pearl as expected. This is more precious than all in life. Thank you for sharing.
    May the Guru and his consort live long for the sake of sentient beings.
    May all  sentient beings achive the happiness of Buddha ‘s hood.
    Om Mani Padme Hum
  20. Mật Diệu Hương says:
    Dear Guru,

    Thank you so much for sharing the article named “A few humble words on occasion of Guru day on the feet of my great Guru” of Tantra Sutradaka!

    I am delighted to read this meaningful article! It helps me to know more about the true role of the spiritual teacher. I am so grateful that we have a chance to learn Pure Mind Yoga from our Holy Guru!

    May Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings!

    May Tantra Sutradaka’s righteous wishes come true and be at ease on the path of liberation!

    May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of the Buddha nature!

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  21. Mật Vạn Phúc says:

    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read your article “A few humble words on occasion of GURU DAY on the feet of my great guru”.  This article is imbrued with the deep respect for the great Guru, containing sharp and powerful arguments, that are able to explain easily why the holy Guru plays an even greater role than the Buddha.

    A great Guru always instructs us in every way to gradually enter the spiritual room within each of us, a place where we all thought that it did not exist, and normally being overwhelmed by the madness. If there is no one to guide us, we will forever sink into darkness and completely get lost from the path to enlightenment that a great Guru always tries to help us realize. Sometimes, some students who did not have the self-effort, relying too much on the teacher taking his hands step by step, he would not be able to think by himself to be righteous in the Dharma, then the holy Guru will help him awake, gradually return to the right orbit. However, for the students who went too far from the dharma path and did not wake up after the Guru’s teachings, like bottles filled with dirty water but were unwilling to filter out the polluted drops to receive pure drops, the holy Guru could only avoid further harming for those who was not ready.

    I feel very fortunate to to be born in the same country, to speak the same language as the holy Guru. Yet many times I still do not know how to appreciate the dharma that I’ve received from the holy Guru, I really feel ashamed for my actions.

    May holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the sake of all sentiment beings.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  22. Mật Tường Vi says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read your article.

    I understand more the role of Guru.  I also feel your devotion to Holy Guru. Therefore, I feel ashamed of myself. Thank you so much.

    May Holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the benefit of all sentient beings.

    May Tantra Sutradaka have a good health and achieve all the right wishes.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  23. Mật Hòa says:

    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I’m delighted to read your article on occasion of “Guru day”. I find your Guru devotion through your honest sharing. I’m totally agree with your opinion in the situation that you have given: “If Guru and the God ( you mean the Buddha) standing before you, you will salute Guru first because Guru is the only one who gave us the knowledge of the God. Earlier we were ignorant he gave us the knowledge. We did not know the God, He made us know. The person who gives the knowledge is greater than the creator…”. Although in fact, I realize it’s not easy for whom to have that right awareness. So I am very happy to hear that the group of people on the bus from Patna got satisfied after your explanation.

    Through your article, you almost has showed the important role of Guru in our spiritual life: “ He is greater than any one else in the universe” and “without Guru, life becomes difficult and path appears painful”.

    Thank you for your honest sharing from you!

    May Guru and his consort live long for the sake of all sentient beings!

    May you and your family have good health, all the legitimate wishes come true soon!

    May all sentients beings achieve the happiness of Buddhahood!

    Om mani padme hum!

  24. Mat Hong Quang says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    Mat Hong Quang so delighted to read your article, especially on the occasion of Guru Rinpoche’s Day. You mentioned what you have learnt from one article our Guru Thinley Nguyen Thanh have explained and helped us to understand clearly and correctly about the appellation of spiritual teachers, “Guru” but not “Sifu”.

    From what you have learnt from our Guru, you could apply appropriately into your daily life, your talks with other people around to help them have a better understanding about the important role of Guru. That was so great. I am really impressed by your simple but effective way to express the idea that without Guru’s teachings, we were still ignorant, we could not know about the creator. Thus, the Guru – the person who gives knowledge to us is greater than the creator.

    I agree with you about the true role of the spiritual teacher that:

    + Guru is the person holding the torch: the disciples cannot just sit and adore the light, they need to ignite their own torch.

    + Guru turns the students to the Inner Journey: the students cannot be parrots with rote memorization, they should grow up with their spiritual inner and be independent with the Guru’s teachings.

    + Guru doesn’t work with all seekers.

    + Gurus are those who know their place

    Thank you for letting us know your ways to classify spiritual teachers into four main groups.

    May Guru and his consort live long for the benefits of all sentient beings.

    May you and your family good health and your righteous wishes come true.

    May all sentient beings attain happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  25. Tantra Sutradaka says:
    Reverend Gurujee

    Om Mani Padme Hum

    I bow before the lotus feet of our Holy Guru

    I am also delighted to read the 22 comments on this article, which was prepared because of the inspiration of my Guru, for simply two reasons. The first, Guru has sent his blessings to me through his kind and compassionate words on this trivial article. I am grateful to him for his graceful words from the core of my heart.  I further pray to have affectionate eyes in future too. I have tried to imbibe him and his thoughts by reading his several articles and tried to express his ideas in my words. I have mentioned it in the article too.

     Secondly, I am really moved by the love and affection of my several Dhamma friends whose comments are moral boosting for me.  I am overwhelmed of their emotional and informative expression. I do not have proper words for thank giving. For me their feelings are my treasure, I must preserve them in the bosom of my heart. Last but not the least; I am highly indebted to all my Dhamma friends for their warm feelings for me.

    Om Mani Padme Hum

    Long live our Guru along with his consort for the for our well beings as well as for all the sentient beings

    With Profound Regard and reverence

    Tantra Sutradaka

    Avinash Kumar Srivastava  

  26. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Kính bạch Thầy!
    Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Sutradaka sang tiếng Việt như sau:
    Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý!
    Om Mani Padme Hum.
    Con xin cúi đầu đảnh lễ dưới chân sen của Thầy tôn kính.
    Con hoan hỷ khi đọc 22 comments trong bài viết này được viết nên từ nguồn cảm hứng là vị Thầy, với hai lý do đơn giản. Thứ nhất, do Thầy đã ban phước cho con thông qua những lời dạy tràn đầy lòng bi mẫn và sự tốt bụng trong comment Thầy đã viết cho bài viết bình thường này của con. Từ tận đáy lòng mình, con chân thành cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã ban cho con những lời đầy ơn phước. Con cầu nguyện trong tương lai con vẫn nhận được sự để tâm của Thầy. Con đã cố gắng thấm nhuần những tư tưởng của Thầy thông qua việc đọc bài của Thầy và cố gắng viết lại bằng lời của mình. Những điều này con cũng đã viết trong bài.
    Thứ hai, con vô cùng hoan hỷ và xúc động bởi sự quan tâm và yêu mến mà các đạo hữu đã dành cho con thông qua những comments động viên, sách tấn con. Con choáng ngợp trong niềm hoan hỷ bởi tình cảm huynh đệ và những comments truyền tải những tri kiến lợi lạc của các đạo hữu. Con không biết dùng lời nào để thể hiện hết được lòng biết ơn của mình. Đối với con, những lời động viên, tình cảm huynh đệ là kho báu, con sẽ cất giữ những tình cảm trong tận đáy tim con. Lời cuối cùng, con muốn cảm ơn tất cả huynh đệ vì những tình cảm tốt đẹp, ấm áp mà họ dành cho con.
    Om Mani Padme Hum.
    Con cầu nguyện Thầy Cô trụ thế lâu dài vì sự lợi lạc của chúng con và tất cả hữu tình.
    Vời lòng tôn kính, con xin đảnh lễ Thầy.
    Con – Tantra Sutradaka.
    Avinash Kumar Srivastava.
  27. Mật Định Thuần says:

    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am delighted to read your meaningful sharing on occasion of “GURU DAY”. (Your article: A few humble words on occasion of “GURU DAY” on the feet of my great Guru)

    May Tantra Sutradaka’s legitimate wishes come true.

    May the Holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    OM MANI PADME HUM!

     

  28. Ahmed Khan says:

    Dear Guru,

    My name is Tantra Sagovana.

    Thank you for sharing this article by Tantra Sutradaka.

    In this article Tantra Sutradaka explains clearly the meaning and role of Guru and Guru-follower relationship in a spiritual path.

    He explains the purpose and significance of Guru’s teaching and how Guru helps the follower/student to grow spiritually using skillful means whatever they may be.

    May all sentient beings be free from suffering and become enlightened.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

    Tantra Sagovana (Ahmed Khan)

  29. Mật Tuệ Linh says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradava!

    Mat Tue Linh rejoice the letter from Indian: A few humble words on occasion of “Guru Day” on the feet of my great Guru.

    I really admire your dharma education anywhere and ready to argue, to cultivate even strangers who are not like minded to make them exclaim the wisdom of your interpretation on the basis of the Guru’s lecture. I enjoy your saying: Knowledge imparts humility, humility provides aptness, after being apt in human behaviour one achieves wealth properly and that piously and properly eamed wealth gives peace satisfaction and happiness in life.

    I thank you for sharing the insightful article confirming the great position of the Guru, who brought the Dharma light to all place, come closer than beings are in daskness.

    May Tantra Sutradaka have health and achieve righteous wishes.

    May Guru and your consort live long and continue to take the torch to light up the darkness of ignorance in the sentient being’s mind.

    Om Mani Padme Hum!

  30. Mật Tấn Giác says:
    Namo Buddha!

    Dear Tantra Sutradaka.

    I’m delighted to read your writing “A few humble words on occasion of “GURU DAY” on the feet of my great Guru”.

    Your sharing help me understand the great role of the spritual teacher: (1) Guru is capable of wipping out the darkness of ignorance of a disciple and make his life smooth, nature tender; (2) Guru from his long experience and insight guides diciple (sail cross) through ocean “samsara”; (3) Guru “turns the student inward and grow the student’s inner knowing”; (4) Guru is the person holding the torch (and teaches deciples how to light up their own torches of wisdom, to attain the Enlightenment; (5) “Turning the student to the Inner Journey” (in order to help the student step in the path of Liberation on his own). I agree with you that Guru is greater than Buddha (and anyone else in the universe!).

    Your in-depth analysis about aspects “Why true Guru don’t work with all seekers?” and “Gurus are those who know their place” also help me understand that although “Guru is compassionate as Buddha”, but like Buddhas, Guru doesn’t work with all spritual seekers because of sentient beings’ karma.

    I delight with your sharing about your story and strong devotion towards Holy Guru. I believe by taking strong devotion and faith to the holy Guru’s teachings we can achieve true happiness in our lives and see the light in the path of Liberation. We are so fortunate in having a chance to meet and learn “Pure Mind Yoga” from Holy Guru in this world. Thank you again for meaningful article.

    May Holy Guru and his consort have a good health and live long for sake of all sencient beings.

    May all sencient beings attain the happiness of Budda’s nature.

    OM MANI PADME HUM.

  31. Ahmed Khan says:

    Dear Guru,

    My name is Tantra Sagovana.

    Thank you for sharing this article written by Tantra Sutradaka,

    Also thank you to Tantra Sutradaka for writing this eloquently written article which elucidates the significance and role of Guru in guiding us on the spiritual path.

    Tantra Sutradaka explains that Guru is the person holding the torch and also explains the different levels of Guru.

    May Guru and Guru’s consort be free from suffering and become enlightened.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  32. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Sagovana (Ahmed Khan)  sang tiếng Việt như sau:

    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con là Tantra Sagovana.

    Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã cho con đọc bài viết này của huynh Tantra Sutradaka.

    Con cũng cảm ơn huynh Tantra Sutradaka đã viết bài luận giải rõ ràng về tầm quan trọng của Đạo sư trong việc hướng dẫn chúng con trên con đường tâm linh.

    Huynh Tantra Sutradaka đã luận giải rõ rằng Đạo sư là người nắm giữ ngọn đuốc trí tuệ và huynh ấy cũng phân biệt rõ các nhóm vị Thầy khác nhau.

    Con cầu nguyện Thầy Cô thân tâm an tịnh.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  33. tantra mahavita says:
    I bow to the feet of the Holy Guru … Dear Sutradaka … Thank you very much for sharing this wonderful article of Dia Guru … The Guru is the one who is able to make life totally transform. We consider the Guru to embody the being Most important of the Universe. It plays a very important role in the spiritual progress of the disciples because it not only sustains the fire of Buddhist wisdom for ultimate liberation but also teaches the disciples how to light their own torches from the source of the torch of the Guru. So they can be awakened by their own torches. The Guru teaches them to stand firmly on their own feet, not lean on others. Because human beings have to discover their Buddha Nature by themselves inwardly. When we serve our Guru with this awareness of the absolute Guru, the holy mind of all the Buddhas, even if we are, offering a cup of tea, we are aware, that we are offering to all the Buddhas. May the Holy Guru live happy and have a long life for the benefit of all sentient beings. May all beings attain the Buddha Nature. OM MANI PADME HUM
  34. Vivek RS(Tantra Kasila) says:
    Dear holy Guru

    Who is a Guru, the one who leads from darkness to path of light.It does not confine to physical light and darkness.Darkness means anything that hinders one from realising the true self.In order for a person to be enlightened and spread light to others it requires herculean effort.The aim of everyone’s life should actually be to recogonize true self and a guru is the one who can lead us in that path.

    Let the guru live long and all the sentinel beings have the peacefulness and calmness attained by Buddha

  35. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con xin phép dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Kasila (Vivek RS) sang tiếng Việt như sau:

    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con hiểu rằng Đạo sư là người chỉ dẫn chúng sinh thoát khỏi bóng tối đến con đường ánh sáng chánh pháp. Đây không phải là ánh sáng và bóng tối vật lý. Bóng tối có nghĩa là bất cứ  điều gì cản trở con người nhận ra chân ngã. Để giúp một người đạt được giác ngộ và truyền ánh sáng chánh pháp đến người khác thì cần có sự nỗ lực phi thường. Chúng con cần hiểu rõ mục đích chính của kiếp người là tìm ra chân ngã và Đạo sư là người chỉ dẫn chúng con được bước đi trên con đường giác ngộ, tìm về chân ngã.

    Con cầu nguyện Thầy trụ thế lâu dài.

    Cầu nguyện tất cả chúng sanh được bình an, thành tựu hạnh phúc của Phật tánh.

  36. Ignacio Sanchez Gentile says:
    Dear tanta sutradaka

    I really like that conversation about teachers. I think is really important the fact that teachers are the most important people in each country.

    I enjoy this reading a lot. Thank you.

  37. Tantra Mishataru says:
    Dear Tantra Sutradaka,

    I am so glad i read your article. I have gain much from this and i have known how Guru should be respected and honored for his work. And its true anybody  who give knowledge about creator is better than the creator and quite fortunately should be given much attention and consideration to open our paths. Thank you so much for this article. May blessings of Buddha be on our Holy Guru.

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  38. Vinay Kumar says:
    Dear guru, 

    I am so delighted with this article. There is an great explanation regarding the way of importance… There is a clear cut value of importance.  I am so glad to read again and again.. Truly knowledge givers are more spiritual creators… I have learned a great path, Guru is most important than creators.  Thank you spiritual  guru. All my blessings with you. I am very eager to learn everything from you. Thank you. 

     

    R. Vinay Kumar 

  39. Vinay Kumar says:
    Thank you, dear Guru. I will follow your teaching.
  40. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con xin phép được dịch comment của bạn đọc Vinay Kumar sang tiếng Việt như sau:

    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con rất hoan hỷ khi được bài viết này. Bài viết đã giải thích rõ tầm quan trọng của Đạo sư. Con hoan hỷ được đọc nhiều lần bài viết này. Con hiểu rằng vị Đạo sư, người ban cho chúng con kiến thức về chân lý tối thượng quan trọng hơn đức Phật (người tạo ra con đường tâm linh). Con chân thành cảm tạ ơn Thầy tôn kính. Con cầu nguyện Thầy từ bi gia hộ cho con. Con mong chờ, háo hức được học từ Thầy.

    Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy!

     

  41. Aucharmal Laxman Yadaorao says:
    Respected Guru

    Vandamee Bhante,

    I like this teaching about the importance of Guru in everyone’s life.The Guru has most above place in human life than God , because God too required Guru ,presented at many times.  God and Yeksha s too come to attend Buddha’s teaching or asking advice from Buddha. Knowledge is above the mundane life. The Guru is the pice of knowledge to advice to his disciples. Guru is supposed senior than Disciples.  Senior  means senior in experience. The experience is the part of knowledge.

    Thank you Guru explained the types of Guru. Some of the Gurus are devoted and always helpful for the students.  Guru will not stay with student but his teaching help him for passing life in Mundane.

    Guru is the Guide of ignorance,

    He may be of any subject and Religion.

    I like Guru for knowledge than Religion, it has different aspect.

    Thank you Guru.

     

     

  42. Mật Diệu Hằng says:
    Kính bạch Thầy!

    Con xin phép được dịch comment của bạn đọc Aucharmal Laxman Yadaorao sang tiếng Việt như sau:

    Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý!

    Con hoan hỷ khi được đọc về vai trò quan trọng của vị Thầy đối với đời sống của mọi người. Đạo sư có vị  trí cao nhất trong đời sống con người, cao hơn cả thượng đế, bởi vì thượng đế đã nhiều lần thỉnh vấn Đạo sư chỉ dạy. Thượng đế và dạ xoa nhiều lần đến nghe Đức Phật giảng pháp và xin lời khuyên của Đức Phật. Tri kiến Phật đà cao hơn hẳn đời sống trần tục. Đạo sư là người nắm giữ tri kiến giải thoát để dạy dỗ cho đệ tử. Đạo sư chắc chắn cao siêu hơn đệ tử. Vị trí cao của Đạo sư thể hiện qua trải nghiệm tâm linh của Ngài. Kinh nghiệm là phần thực tế của tri kiến.

    Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã cho con đọc phần luận giải về phân loại các vị Thầy. Nhiều vị Đạo sư  rất tận tụy và luôn giúp đỡ học trò của mình. Thầy sẽ không ở mãi với học trò nhưng lời dạy của Ngài sẽ giúp học trò vượt qua cuộc sống trần tục.

    Đạo sư chính là người chỉ dẫn học trò thoát khỏi vô minh. Đạo sư có thể giảng bất  kỳ chủ đề nào và biết rõ về tôn giáo. Bản thân con, con ngưỡng mộ vị Thầy có tri thức, trí tuệ hơn là vị Thầy  tôn giáo.

    Con chân thành cảm tạ ơn Thầy.

     

  43. Adel says:
    Dear Guru

    thank you for the article

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