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The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
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A Power Point Presentation of some of the greatest quotes by the 11th Century Tibetan Monk, Atisha. …

A Power Point Presentation of some of the greatest quotes by the 11th Century Tibetan Monk, Atisha.

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  • 1. The 'Greatest' Thoughts Of A Tibetan Master
  • 2. Atisha was a great 11 th Century Tibetan Buddhist Master
  • 3. The greatest achievement is selflessness.
  • 4. The greatest worth is self-mastery.
  • 5. The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
  • 6. The greatest precept is continual awareness.
  • 7. The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything.
  • 8. The greatest action is not conforming with the world’s ways.
  • 9. The greatest magic is transmuting the passions.
  • 10. The greatest generosity is non-attachment.
  • 11. The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind.
  • 12. The greatest patience is humility.
  • 13. The greatest effort is not to be concerned with results.
  • 14. The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go.
  • 15. The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances.
  • 16. With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin The End May we see things as they truly are

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