Aug 18, 2019

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Letter from Binh Dinh: NATURAL PHENOMENA IN THANH TRI PERSPECTIVE (Thư Bình Định: HIỆN TƯỢNG THIÊN NHIÊN QUA QUAN KIẾN THANH TRÍ)

Letter from Binh Dinh: NATURAL PHENOMENA IN THANH TRI PERSPECTIVE (Thư Bình Định: HIỆN TƯỢNG THIÊN NHIÊN QUA QUAN KIẾN THANH TRÍ) Dear reverend Guru! I’ve read your letter No. 293: “Watching rain falling down” for some times but until now, do I get time to sit back and contemplate the wonderful meaning of your teachings without being interrupted by daily business. Once again, I feel blessed to meet you in this life and regularly “Read, Contemplate and Practice” Dharma under your guidance. This letter gives me a special delight since “the rain of Dharma wipes out ignorance without moving even a small piece of paper”. Our mind remains aroused by worldly concerns but your teachings are gradually wiping out parts of our “mind trash”. So I would like to express some of my feelings about your letter. Firstly is about “Leading-by-example”, your own lived-experience example. A poet says that: “The rain pours down when the sky falls ill I get lovesick just thinking of you”. (Poet Nguyen Binh) Guru, on the contrary, always



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