Hermeneutic and Buddhist Meditations
Chapter Twenty-Nine: In Praise of Radiant Beings
In Praise OF Radiant Beings
DAVID W. JARDINE
We ought to be like elephants in the noontime sun in summer, when they are tormented by heat and thirst and catch sight of a cool lake. They throw themselves into the water with the greatest pleasure and without a moment’s hesitation. In just the same way, for the sake of ourselves and others, we should give ourselves joyfully to the practice.
KUNZANG PELDEN (B. 1862, T), FROM THE NECTAR OF MANJUSHRI’S
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