Difference between revisions of "tshe 'di la zhen na chos pa min"

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[[image:Zhen_pa_bzhi_bral.png|thumb|300px|left|Tibetan text]]
  
 
,[[tshe]] [['di]] [[la]] [[zhen]] [[na]] [[chos pa]] [[min]],<br>
 
,[[tshe]] [['di]] [[la]] [[zhen]] [[na]] [[chos pa]] [[min]],<br>
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,[['dzin pa]] [[byung]] [[na]] [[lta ba]] [[min]],<br>
 
,[['dzin pa]] [[byung]] [[na]] [[lta ba]] [[min]],<br>
  
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== Translation ==
 
If you are attached to this life you are no practitioner.<br>
 
If you are attached to this life you are no practitioner.<br>
 
If you are attached to the three worlds you have no renunciation.<br>
 
If you are attached to the three worlds you have no renunciation.<br>
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If you grasp at self-existing things you have no correct world view.<br> ([[KHS]])
 
If you grasp at self-existing things you have no correct world view.<br> ([[KHS]])
  
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== See Also ==
 
[[Freedom From the Four Attachments]] by [[Sachen Kunga Nyingpo]].
 
[[Freedom From the Four Attachments]] by [[Sachen Kunga Nyingpo]].
  

Revision as of 06:01, 3 June 2007

Tibetan text

,tshe 'di la zhen na chos pa min,
,khams gsum la zhen na nges 'byung min,
,bdag don la zhen na byang sems min,
,'dzin pa byung na lta ba min,


Translation

If you are attached to this life you are no practitioner.
If you are attached to the three worlds you have no renunciation.
If you are attached to getting what you want you are no bodhisattva.
If you grasp at self-existing things you have no correct world view.
(KHS)

See Also

Freedom From the Four Attachments by Sachen Kunga Nyingpo.