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Divine Grace from a Living Buddha's Picture, Part 4 of 4, March 21, 1991

2018-11-08
Lecture Language:English,Vietnamese (Tiếng Âu Lạc [Tiếng Việt])
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Whether they reluctantly or firmly take steps toward peace, it was a very great effort to overcome their ego. Winning a hundred battles is not as good as winning over the ego. We’re all spiritual practitioners; we must be generous and have a broader view. I have nothing to lose. You must have something in order to lose it. I only save people. I never punish anyone. I never have any hatred in my heart but only love. If you turn your back on the light, then you will face darkness. Darkness is all the fears, insecurities, unexpected things. With the light, everything is clear, smooth, and joyful. There is no Buddha who punishes you.
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