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Rime Buddhist Center Dharma Talks

The Rime Buddhist Center is a (non-sectarian) Center dedicated to the cultivation of wisdom and compassion. The Center is a refuge for the nurturing of inner peace, kindness, community understanding and world peace. The Center’s primary objective is to provide a qualified program of Buddhist studies and Tibetan culture taught by monks, lamas and other Tibetan teachers, and to promote a harmonious relationship of understanding between both Tibetans and Westerners.

Jul 17, 2009

Dharma talk give by Lama Chuck on July 12, 2009

Mary West
thirteen and a half years ago

Lama Chuck, that was a really lovely and powerful dharma talk. I loved the three examples you gave of seeing the Buddha or the divine in every person. The statement by your friend, the nun -- to treat every guest as if he or she was Jesus -- I had heard many years ago, growing up Catholic, and it has stuck with me through the years because I think it is so powerful. I had to listen to this podcast because we named our farm \"Dulcinea\" eight years ago when we moved out here. It seemed so apt because the place had really been hard-used, but we could see the potential in it, and by naming it Dulcinea we hoped to invoke the transformative power of love. Thank you for your talk and for making these available online.