viernes, 4 de noviembre de 2011

Monthly Dharma Teaching # 21 from Palpung Publications

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The Buddha Nature in the Context of the Four Noble Truths
the 3rd Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche

There are many different religions in the world. Despite this variety, we see that all religions share a common goal in that they strive to be of benefit to living beings. This is the one feature all religions have in common. When we look at the various traditions and see the way they seek to help others, we find there is quite a variety of approaches. There is a considerable difference among religious traditions in the methods of practice to bring into experience what is the heart of each. While it is reasonable to say that the aim of all religions is concerned with reality, with the way things ultimately are, it is conclusive that this isn't something that varies or changes. The way reality is described and presented is what varies a great deal from one tradition to another. Very briefly, the heart of the matter is that every religious tradition, and a follower's practice of any particular religion, is really directed towards helping others

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