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Published by The Toucan Press in St. Peter Port, Guernsey .
Written in English


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Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL14611365M


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Based on the precept that when we give objects, beings, ideas, etc, inherent qualities, it leads to suffering and unhappiness. He speaks of how nothing is inherently anything. Any definitions or qualities we give to something is based on what it is made of/depends upon.

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will overtake the probationary disciple and the trained worker should he give way to the glamour and to the faults inherent in his nature and permit them to.The Uttaratantra, elucidates the Third Turning of the Buddha's teachings on Buddha-essence - the inherent qualities and potential for Buddhahood present in all beings.

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