Nov 22, 2015

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Lesson 8: Renouncing what needs renouncing (Xả ly những gì đáng xả ly)

Lesson 8: Renouncing what needs renouncing (Xả ly những gì đáng xả ly) Right Buddhist teachings, wrong method of Dharma practice Lesson 8:  Renouncing what needs renouncing The story telling that there was a layman sitting alone to read the scriptures, in Sanctum, thinking that was what practicing Dharma meant; venerable Dromtönpa saw him by accident, then came closely to him for encouraging. At that time, the layman asked Dromtönpa that if he was doing well or not. Dromtönpa softly replied “it is better to practice Dharma”. The layman nodded to the venerable and paying homage to him. Next time, the layman did not only read the scriptures but he also made prostrate for penitence. And being asked the same question, the Venerable softly replied “Good deed! But it is better to practice Dharma”. The layman felt a little bit surprised, but he seemed understanding then he paid homage to the Venerable. The next day, the Venerable saw that the layman gave up


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