In the footsteps of Tilopa and Naropa and Shantideva

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odysseus
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In the footsteps of Tilopa and Naropa and Shantideva

Post by odysseus » Tue Sep 04, 2018 4:49 pm

The old tantrics preferrred to work amongst scum and whores. Well, so do I. I know only losers, drug abusers and bully victims.

I don't say this to brag, but what do you think? The deepest suffering is where we find peace and love. But it's tough.

SilentThunder
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Re: In the footsteps of Tilopa and Naropa and Shantideva

Post by SilentThunder » Tue Nov 27, 2018 4:26 am

If I were you I would go fly with the other birds in your own group. You can come back down to the ground and help out these guys later on, your help will be more accurate.

Momentum is important, don't loose yours down in the mud.

Cheers
Nick

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