The Wisdom of Imperfection: The Challenge of Individuation

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Ture means liberating from duality.. from Chinese translations of the Master of Healing Sutra. this mantra (Om tare tutare ture soha) can not only eliminate disease. Important topics include the best attitude towards achievement and failure, praise and blame, wealth, anger, and work (among others). Whether we behave well or not, time never waits for us, but goes on forever changing. With such large bodies of monks comprising so many fanatical elements, and not at all subject to the civil authorities, who, in- deed, possess almost no police, it is not surprising that fracas are frequent, and bloody feuds between rival monasteries occasionally happen.

Pages: 336

Publisher: Snow Lion; 2nd Edition edition (September 16, 2010)

ISBN: 1559393491

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