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Tibetan Life, Issue #09 - Get Your Free E-Book!
February 13, 2011
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Recent questions which have been answered:
I heard that Tibetans feed their dead to birds! Is that true??
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So, how do you know so much about Tibetans?
A Short Tibetan Buddhist Teaching...
What is Anger? By Ven. Robina CourtinA perfect question. And the perfect answer, which I heard from a lama, is: “Anger is the response when attachment doesn’t get what it wants.”
But how to get to the bottom of this? How to go beyond its being a cute saying? Lama Yeshe is not kidding when he says that we need to be our own psychologists. You could argue that we’re not really Buddhists until we work on our minds.
This is logical. In the second of the Four Noble Truths, Buddha asserts that the two main causes of our suffering are our past negative actions and our deluded states of mind. These two subsume into one, the delusions. Because of these negative states of mind, we act inappropriately by harming others, thus sowing the seeds of our future suffering.
Given, as Buddha points out in the third Noble Truth, that we can be free of suffering – thank goodness! – we need to cut this cycle of madness. In relation to the two main causes, there are two main practices to be done.
Tibetan Tattoo Of The Month!
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Tibetan Tattoo Translation Of The Month!
If you would like to see your first name or a favorite word written in Tibetan here in the Tibetan Life e-zine, just ask. Every month a different one will be featured...
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