The Thirty-Seven Practices of Bodhisattvas
with Tubten Pende
Sunday, 11:15am - 12:45pm
January 12, 2014
The text “The Thirty-Seven Practices of Bodhisattvas” is a practical and inspiring guide for developing our ability to be happy and benefit others by overcoming disturbing emotions. Bodhisattvas respond to difficult situations in a constructive way by understanding the nature of reality. Through the practice of cherishing others more than themselves, Bodhisattvas view living beings as the source of all happiness and attain enlightenment solely to work for the good of all.
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Tubten Pendé, a.k.a. Jim Dougherty, has been a practicing Buddhist since 1972 when he was introduced to Tibetan Buddhism in India. Pendé has studied extensively and was included in the first wave of the FPMT’s Western Buddhist teachers. He is known for his clear presentation and deep understanding of the Dharma, and is interested in the effective application of Buddhist theory and practice in the daily life of ordinary people.