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Welcome translators, assistants to the lotsawas of our times, and you who are involved in helping the Dharma's journey from the Tibetan language to the West.
Welcome translators, assistants to the lotsavas of our times, and you who are involved in helping the Dharma's journey to the West.
 
  
 
This website is yours.
 
This website is yours.
  
The spirit in which it was created is simple: we give and we benefit from eachother's generosity.
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The spirit in which it was created is simple: we give and we benefit from each other's generosity.
  
 
The ethics are simple as well: mutual respect and civility.
 
The ethics are simple as well: mutual respect and civility.
  
We aim at honoring our various lineages of Dharma transmission by staying true to the original teachings and at the same time finding various ways to express the meaning of these teachings in the differents contexts of life.
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We aim at honoring our various lineages of Dharma transmission by staying true to the original teachings and at the same time finding various ways to express the meaning of these teachings in the different contexts of life.
  
 
These varieties will be reflected in this online '''Dictionary of Usage'''.
 
These varieties will be reflected in this online '''Dictionary of Usage'''.
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In addition, we can offer each other the knowledge and insights we have gained from our various teachers and lineages to be shared in the Dharmapedia's English-based pages.
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Please enjoy them and enjoy sharing them.
  
 
Erik Pema Kunsang<br>
 
Erik Pema Kunsang<br>
 
Co-founder
 
Co-founder
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Latest revision as of 03:31, 26 April 2006

Welcome translators, assistants to the lotsawas of our times, and you who are involved in helping the Dharma's journey from the Tibetan language to the West.

This website is yours.

The spirit in which it was created is simple: we give and we benefit from each other's generosity.

The ethics are simple as well: mutual respect and civility.

We aim at honoring our various lineages of Dharma transmission by staying true to the original teachings and at the same time finding various ways to express the meaning of these teachings in the different contexts of life.

These varieties will be reflected in this online Dictionary of Usage.

In addition, we can offer each other the knowledge and insights we have gained from our various teachers and lineages to be shared in the Dharmapedia's English-based pages.

Please enjoy them and enjoy sharing them.

Erik Pema Kunsang
Co-founder

Please proceed to Editing Instructions