Wed Mar 22: Verse 20 of Reflections on Silver River

What is your relationship like with anger?
Join us tomorrow night as we share and discuss the topic of anger and how we can be with this pain.

We will work through Verse 20 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 20:

If you don’t subdue the enemy inside – your own anger –
The more enemies you subdue outside, the more that come.
Muster the forces of loving kindness and compassion,
And subdue your own mind – this is the practice of
a bodhisattva.

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