“In the Buddhist Sutra called the “Heart Sutra” it is written about the six practices of Bodhisattva.……..
The six practices are called Paramita which means to awaken to wisdom. The first is giving, the second is to suppress and disappear ego and the third is to be patient. Actually originally in the Japanese text of the Sutra it is written as Ninniku which is usually translated or interpreted as “patient”. But what does this patient, Ninniku, actually mean ? What is the content of this for a practitioner giving merit to others.? In today’s Dharma talk I would like to start to clarify the meaning of this “be patient”. ………”
Please listen to the full talk below. Thank you.
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