In any case, whether we are experiencing pain or pleasure, happiness or suffering, we must always hold sentient beings in the corner of our mind and heart. In this way, we can aim gradually, step by step, towards the enlightenment that brings with it a buddha’s complete omniscience. Once we have reached that goal, this is not when our work ends, but when the real work of benefiting beings takes place. 



~ His Holiness the 17th Karmapa 

Final Day of Autumn Teachings: Sharing Joys and Sorrows with the World / September 19, 2010 



Comments

Popular posts from this blog

'It's difficult to make balance': Dalai Lama successor navigates modern world - CBC Radio

The Karmapa Visits the World of Nepal in England

Tibetan Buddhist leader the Karmapa discusses climate change and Tibet Third Pole during first visit to UK - International Campaign For Tibet

His Holiness the 17th Karmapa’s First Visit to the United Kingdom - Contact News

Press Release - Major Tibetan Buddhist Leader, The Karmapa in Canada for First Official Visit

The Gyalwang Karmapa Visits a Hindu Heartland in London

Greed biggest issue of the environment, Tibet’s Karmapa Lama says - Toronto Star

Times of Joy and Sorrow: His Holiness Reflects on His First Visit to the UK

Teaching Schedule of His Holiness Karmapa in Canada 2017

Return to the His Holiness the Gyalwang Karmapa’s Canadian Seat