Jun 21, 2017

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Letter to Disciples No. 210: “GOOD DEEDS” IS DEFINITELY DIFFERENT FROM “GOOD AIDS” IN SPIRITUAL PRACTICE

Letter to Disciples No. 210: “GOOD DEEDS” IS DEFINITELY DIFFERENT FROM “GOOD AIDS” IN SPIRITUAL PRACTICE 1/ Introduction:   In Buddhism and other religious sects, there always exist two parts: sutras and tantras (theory) and Dharma (practice). Some people prefer studying Buddhist canons while others tend to practice Dharma. They may choose depending on their individual faculties, but the enlightenment cannot be attained without any one of them (unless they have chances to cultivate under the guidance of Sangha in Buddha’s time).  It’s best that Buddhist practitioners combine both theory and practice, just like a bird with two wings flying high on the sky of liberation. This is the reason for my response to comments from Dr. C H Lakshmi Narayan and Prof.Dr. Aucharmal L.Y. (India)   2/ Comment details:   A/ Prof.Dr.Aucharmal L.Y. No lake means no Guru Thank you so much to make availability of such nice article, I like this article , having mysterious meaning, “Life without Guru and life having Guru.Buddha is the Great Teacher


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