Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Anniversary of Jigme Lingpa, 1730-1798

"My perceptions have become like those of a little boy, and I take pleasure in playing with children. But when I come across people with important faults of character, I don't hesitate to confront them directly with their shortcomings—even if they are important religious leaders or generous sponsors. . .  Whatever I am doing, whether sitting still or walking around, whether eating or sleeping, my mind is in a state that is never separate from the clarity of the ultimate nature. In whatever I do for the Dharma, I pledge myself to complete it, however impossible it may seem."

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