By Dalai Lama
Imbued with a pleasant tone and pithy knowledge, this good-looking instruction manual to upcoming lifestyles "in a greater approach" contains six of His Holiness The Dalai Lama's such a lot obtainable and inspirational public lectures. Following every one speak are the unique question-and-answer classes during which His Holiness opens himself as much as his listeners and-now-to readers all over the place. His often candid information on dwelling totally and responsibly, particularly in the beginning of a brand new millennium, specializes in particular issues that diversity from non secular tolerance to compassion and nonviolence. The ebook additionally features a useful and hugely readable advent to Buddhism and The Dalai Lama's personal religious historical past, written via the popular Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche.
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The Eight Verses explain the importance of altruism, and how to preserve it when we come across difficult situations in our daily life. For human beings as well as animals, the foundation of society is affection or love. During the period when we are in our mothers’ wombs, the mother’s mental stability and calmness are very important for the development of the unborn child. Also, the first few weeks after birth are a crucial period for development of the brain. During that period it is extremely important to have the mother’s physical touch.
Through proper means they can be completely eradicated, revealing the mind’s basic clear light nature, and freeing a person from suffering forever. What are these proper means? They include transforming one’s mind through practice of the Lam-rim teachings. This offers me an unparalleled opportunity to strive for meaningful goals, such as attaining Enlightenment for the sake of all sentient beings, liberation from the beginningless cycle of suffering or, at least, better future lives in samsara.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama, his family and many of his teachers fled the murderous rage of the People’s Liberation Army to safety in India, along with some one hundred thousand other Tibetans. I myself, although born in Nepal and had studied at a monastery in southern Tibet, was part of this exodus. Allowing us a safe haven from persecution and likely death at this crucial time was another of India’s great kindnesses to the Tibetan people. Thus it was that Lama Yeshe felt a need to try to repay this kindness, and what better way than to try to help reestablish the precious dharma in the land of its origin, India.
Live in a Better Way: Reflections on Truth, Love, and Happiness by Dalai Lama