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8. Undefiled by the stains of the superstitions of the eight worldly concerns, may I, by perceiving all phenomena as illusory, be released from the bondage of attachment.
 
8. Undefiled by the stains of the superstitions of the eight worldly concerns, may I, by perceiving all phenomena as illusory, be released from the bondage of attachment.
  
A more detailed commentary can be found in [http://www.langritangpa.org/pages_html/about/about_glt.htm Teachings From Tibet] ([http://www.lamayeshe.com  Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive])
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A more detailed commentary can be found in <strike>[http://www.langritangpa.org/pages_html/about/about_glt.htm Teachings From Tibet]</strike> ([http://www.lamayeshe.com  Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive]) (langritangpa.org no longer exists)

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1. Determined to obtain the greatest possible benefit from all sentient beings, who are more precious than a wish-fulfilling jewel, I shall hold them most dear at all times.

2. When in the company of others, I shall always consider myself the lowest of all, and from the depths of my heart hold others dear and supreme.

3. Vigilant, the moment a delusion appears in my mind, endangering myself and others, I shall confront and avert it without delay.

4. Whenever I see beings that are wicked in nature and overwhelmed by violent negative actions and suffering, I shall hold such rare ones dear, as if I had found a precious treasure.

5. When, out of envy, others mistreat me with abuse, insults or the like, I shall accept defeat and offer the victory to others.

6. When somebody whom I have benefited and in whom I have great hopes gives me terrible harm, I shall regard that person as my holy guru.

7. In short, both directly and indirectly, I offer every happiness and benefit to all my mothers. I shall secretly take upon myself all their harmful actions and suffering.

8. Undefiled by the stains of the superstitions of the eight worldly concerns, may I, by perceiving all phenomena as illusory, be released from the bondage of attachment.

A more detailed commentary can be found in Teachings From Tibet (Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive) (langritangpa.org no longer exists)