Respect and develop pure perception and devotion toward those who are practicing Dharma as the noble sangha. If you see faults in others, think that they’re the reflections of your own delusions. If you see good qualities in others, meditate on rejoicing over them. Disclose and expel your own faults. Generate virtuous qualities and act with astonishing perserverance. Be with holy people and abandon evil friends. Stay in solitary places and promise to pursue meditation. Make sure that whatever you do is consonant with Dharma practice.
I’m lacking, my spirit is diminishing, it’s starting to fade. I must revive, I must breathe. If I calm down and fall back into practice, then maybe I can glow. I am not bad because I cannot follow all the paths, I am good because I try. Relax, and fall into the void.
Vasudhara - Abundance Goddess of Nepal. Vasudhara is the goddess of good fortune and
wealth in Buddhist theology, and rules all types of abundance and prosperity. Women petition Her to bless their wombs and
their fields with fertility. She is pictured as having six arms holding sacred
objects and mudras, and is thought to be the equivalent of the Hindu Lakshmi.
A tattooed monk at Phnom Kulen, the site of the largest reclining buddha in Cambodia dating back to the 16th century. Buddhist monks there believe that yantra tattooing has magical powers that ward off evil and hardship.