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Glimpse of the day, January 3rd

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  • kyabdro
    A wave in the sea, seen in one way, seems to have a distinct identity, an end and a beginning, a birth and a death. Seen in another way, the wave itself
    Message 1 of 161 , Feb 3, 2003
      A wave in the sea, seen in one way, seems to have a distinct
      identity, an end and a beginning, a birth and a death. Seen in
      another way, the wave itself doesn't really exist but is just the
      behavior of water, "empty" of any separate identity but "full" of
      water. So when you really think about the wave, you come to realize
      that it is something that has been made temporarily possible by wind
      and water, and is dependent on a set of constantly changing
      circumstances. You also realize that every wave is related to every
      other wave.

      -SOGYAL RINPOCHE in the book the Book: "Glimpse After Glimpse"

      Glimpses in your mail: http://www.rigpa.org/cgi-local/mojo.cgi
    • gurupemasiddhihum
      Since everything is but an apparition, Perfect in being what it is, Having nothing to do with good or bad, Acceptance or rejection You might as well burst out
      Message 161 of 161 , Apr 1, 2004
        Since everything is but an apparition,
        Perfect in being what it is,
        Having nothing to do with good or bad,
        Acceptance or rejection
        You might as well burst out laughing!

        LONGCHENPA

        -Sogyal Rinpoche in book: "Glimpse After Glimpse" available online at:
        http://www.rigpa.org/Glimpse/Glimpse.php
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