February 1st: Verse 16 of Reflections on Silver River

First half: Roxana, Apprentice
Second half: Paul, Senior teacher

This week we will work through Verse 16 and its commentary in Reflections on Silver River, Ken McLeod’s translation of Tokmé Zongpo’s Thirty-seven Practices of a Bodhisattva.

Here’s Verse 16:

Even if a person you have cared for as your own child
Treats you as her worst enemy,
Lavish her with loving attention
Like a mother caring for her ill child – this is the practice of
a bodhisattva.


See you Wednesday!

Metta Hugs,

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