Fri, 12 July 2013
Today we share the first half of a talk given a few weeks ago by Brother Phap Hai at Deer Park Monastery. Having recently returned from Korea and Hong Kong, he shares the importance of putting the Dharma into practice. What is preventing our life from becoming our practice? Brother Phap Hai likens three pots of kim chi to the three qualities that hinder our ability to truly practice.
Remember you can find the Deer Park Dharmacast online at dpcast.net, on twitter, facebook, and iTunes. Enjoy this moment to stop and look deeply.
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Habib Rob Sadler7 Jan ’11Charlotte and Seth,Great to hear from you. May Beyond ESL be a success. It sndous like a really good idea. I wish I was a little younger and a little less frail. I will form the frailty part into a Resolution. May my Body be Strong and Healthy and my Mind be clear and Full of Thoughts of Love and Kindness. Good Start. I'll stay in touch. Good move, you will thrive in Japan.IN Love and Light, Habib