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Trilaksana
14 Oct 11, 07:49
I found this video to be very insightful I wanted to see what others on the forum think of it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odWIPhj-ivo

srivijaya
14 Oct 11, 11:37
I found this video to be very insightful I wanted to see what others on the forum think of it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odWIPhj-ivo

Hi Trilaksana,
I agree - very insightful. Thanks for putting it up.
:hands:

Trilaksana
14 Oct 11, 21:07
No Problem ;):hands:

Rael
06 Mar 12, 15:13
Nirvana is the goal we can reach by inwardly looking at the true compassion that lies there inside us,librating us from all defilement a non arising.Nirvana is truth and the highest level of awareness,consciousness of beauty and the release of the curse the fires of defilement.

Aloka
06 Mar 12, 23:14
Just a reminder that the OP #1 is asking for others to comment about the video after they've watched it. (about 6 and a half minutes)

Element
06 Mar 12, 23:19
I wanted to see what others on the forum think of it.
I thought it to be very good. :peace:

Bundokji
08 Mar 12, 10:36
Hello Everyone,

Below are the links for the full Dhamma talk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcreHtR3GbI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUqMUyWwgqo&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rLkIeQOuek&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCyf6Nnt5Cs&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mk0JnV0FynU&feature=related

Regards,
Bundokji :hands:

Trilaksana
10 Mar 12, 01:58
Thank you very much Bundokji.
:hands:

Fu Ri Shin
15 Mar 12, 04:42
Simple, concise, devoid of useless abstraction, beautiful.

Which are what the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh has always been for me. I swear, the man has saved my practice single-handed at least three or four times.

I particularly liked the ballsy insertion of the title of "Enlightened Monk" by the video editors... Perhaps inappropriate, although I wouldn't be surprised if it's true.

Thank you, Trilaksana, for reminding me what inspiration is.

joseph
18 Apr 12, 08:09
Very insightful. I think many people suffer a fundamental existential woe related to an unresolved conflict with death.