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A recent text in verse form praising bodhicitta, the aspiration for enlightenment. May I suggest what changed is that the Tibetan Lamas have taken up one of their many politically- correct masks,, the one labelled “feminism” among their marketing props. People here believe that colors have a language of their own and can communicate a feeling very easily. Without proper energy, we will be unable to live a life which is an example of the ways of Buddha.

Pages: 277

Publisher: Dharma Publishing; 2nd edition (January 1, 1986)

ISBN: 0898002435

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