May 5, 2017

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Letter No. 201: No karmic affinity, no connection, No karmic affinity with Guru, no Guru – disciple relationship (Không có duyên nghiệp sao dễ hạnh ngộ? Khiếm khuyến căn lành sao được Thầy – trò?)

Letter No. 201:  No karmic affinity, no connection, No karmic affinity with Guru, no Guru – disciple relationship (Không có duyên nghiệp sao dễ hạnh ngộ? Khiếm khuyến căn lành sao được Thầy – trò?) Letter No. 201: No karmic affinity, no connection No karmic affinity with Guru, no Guru – disciple relationship Dear Jeffrey Bernard Forest, I have read your letter and I am happy with your words. By reading your writing, I know that you are not destined to be a Catholic (all religions worshiping God including your previous Catholic). I admire your spirit of freedom, self-control for self-determination on the path of directing the Dharma. How happy I am to know that you come to Buddhism with your faith and your own spiritual experiences as well as the process of research, exploration, practice and application. The most vivid evidence is your holy quotations and your presentation on the experience and the process of studying Buddhism. In the more subtle aspects of karmic affluence, the innermost parts of good causality are less or more. Therefore, it is not surprising that after entering the


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