How our expectations of others prevent us from loving them unconditionally.
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Briefly covering tantra and beginning a section on the content of the three extant Buddhist canons.
The importance of ethical conduct, the second Jewel of the aryas, and how hurting others hurts us too.
Beginning to teach Chapter 16, ‘Challengers and Defenders’, which focuses on the two key roles in a structured debate in the Indian and Tibetan system.
Venerable Sangye Khadro discusses the fifteenth verse of the “37 Practices of Bodhisattvas,” and shares a very useful antidote regarding receiving criticism.
A brief motivation given before a ceremony on Chinese New Year’s day in honor of the Abbey’s friends in Singapore.
Venerable Sangye Khadro shares a story about broadcasting unpleasant remarks.
Venerable Thubten Chodron talks about faith, the first jewel of the aryas, and its three kinds: appreciative, aspiring, and faith that comes from conviction.
Teaching on how the Mahayana sutras first appeared, gained popularity and became the focus of a body of practitioners who called themselves ‘Mahayanists.’
Covering Chapter 15 on the topic of “Choosing Your Debate Partner” and becoming a suitable debate partner ourselves.