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Discernment

Discernment is the ability to distinguish what is to be abandoned and what is to be adopted. It is a result of studying, contemplating, and rightly understanding the nature of reality.   Discernment has three aspects: common discernment: understanding suffering, the … Continue reading

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Three Components

In Dharma cultivation, study is good, contemplation is better, and practice is supreme.  —Kyabje Tashi Norbu Rinpoche

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A time for finding

There is a time for searching and a time for finding; a time for learning new things, and a time for practicing what we already know. It may not be exciting, but it is beneficial.   Once we have the teaching, … Continue reading

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