Smile at Fear: Awakening the True Heart of Bravery

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If we seriously consider the compassion inherent in His Holiness� advice and actions, Buddhist meat-eaters could similarly try to eat vegetarian at least every other day to start out with. Therefore I refrain from grieving you, <>! my lord, with any details.'' Bu1 the lord interpreting the reticence of Nan-sa as sufficient proof ,,t' her guilt, he seized her by the remaining hair, and beat her so un- mercifully that no one but Nan sa could have endured it.

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Publisher: Shambhala Publications (September 14, 2010)


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