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Barry Kerzin When we develop care and concern by thinking of others not as ‘them’ but rather as ‘us’, there is no room for bullying, exploitation or deceit. This becomes a win-win situation for both. The other person feels happy and valued, and we feel happy having done something meaningful. It seems simple, yet is very profound. Emaho!  Spread by www.fairtrademarket.com supporting #fairtrade

From left--HH Sakya Trizin; in the center--HH the Dalai Lama; on the right--HH the Karmapa. These are the supreme heads of 3 Tibetan Buddhist lineages: Sakyapa, Gelugpa, Kagyupa respectively, Om Mani Padme Hum.

Entrance Of Potala Palace | por Feng Wei Photography

The entrance of White Palace, part of the Potala Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site situated on top of the red hill in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Photograph by Feng Wei

Samsara!!

The Wheel of Life: A Buddhist Model of the Neurotic Mind. According to Buddhism, suffering can also be based on how you interact with others in relationship to the wheel of life.

Niños nepalies en un templo de Katmandú.  Foto: Archivo  / Revista Susana

Niños nepalies en un templo de Katmandú. Foto: Archivo / Revista Susana

Painting of the Buddha’s descent from Tavatimsa Heaven. Painted by Sa-at. 1800s, Thailand. Pigment on textile and paper. 1959,1010,0.7. Funded by the Brooke Sewell Permanent Fund.

Painting of the Buddha’s descent from Tavatimsa Heaven. Painted by Sa-at. Pigment on textile and paper. Funded by the Brooke Sewell Permanent Fund.

Usnisa Sitapatra │ 大白傘蓋佛母

White Umbrella Tara by Nick Dudka I believe, a wonderful Russian thangka artist and student of Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche.

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