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2014.05.31 SNN: The Sixteen Views [Part 12]

posted May 30, 2014, 12:35 PM by Seminar Coordinator   [ updated May 31, 2014, 9:01 PM ]

Discussion Topics

  1. "If your mind is sincere in the morning, you will benefit from it. Dharma is like water, the drops can moisten the ground of your heart. Of the Five Aggregates, "consciousness" is what we have acquired. After listening to the Dharma, keep it in your heart as you start your day. Apply it to your life today."  Please share how you connect to Master and what time of day works for you?  Have you tried connecting to the Dharma in the Morning?  Whether it be Life Wisdom, Wisdom at Dawn...?  What are your feelings about this?
  2. "We should not divide people by religion, by ethnicity, or by nationality. This is seeing everyone as your relative if we know someone close to us is suffering, how can we bear it? We must give rise to a heart of compassion."  In this way, no matter our religion when we enter Tzu Chi, there should be no division.  How does this make you feel?
  3. "Everyone, the Views of Someone Who Sees relates to everything we see, everything we think about, etc. If deviant views arise, we do evil; if we return to Right Views, we create blessings. We rejoice in our blessings, so blessings are established on Right Views."  How do the Ten Precepts help us? 

2014.05.31 SNN Wisdom at Dawn Transcript

Seminar Coordinator,
May 30, 2014, 12:35 PM