Three fundamental causes of unhappiness in our lives are shortsighted attachment to sense pleasures, selfish disregard for the welfare of others, and tight clinging to a concrete reality which does not exist. The only way to achieve deep lasting joy and satisfaction is to overcome these attitudes by cultivating inner contentment, compassion for all humanity, and wisdom seeing the interdependence of things.
In a short song, The Three Principal Aspects of the Path, a 14th century Tibetan master, Lama Tsongkhapa, succinctly presents the essence of Buddha’s teachings in a way that penetrates the heart and makes it easy for us transform our daily lives. These themes will by explained in detail by a Buddhist monk who exemplifies simplicity and compassion in his every word.
Geshe Wangdu is one of the most senior and widely respected teachers at Sera Jey Monastery. He is renowned for his kindness and humility, his simple lifestyle, and for his perfect devotion to the elder monk who raised him from the time he was a young boy.
|| Bhavatu Sarva Mangalam ||
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