This is something people least expect a High Lama like H.E. Tsem Rinpoche would do… cook for His students. Food is the very basic act of affection or care, and Rinpoche loves feeding people. 326 more words
Tags » Ingratitude
After the Dzambala puja teachings, Tsem Rinpoche invited a few of us to go over to stay His new house in Bandar Utama.
It so happened that the next day was my Birthday and I woke up feeling really blessed after attending a Dzambala teaching, learning the pujas from Rinpoche and now being invited to stay in the Lama’s house! 280 more words
I wasn’t a #painter and definitely not someone who could or would paint Buddhas ever, if it wasn’t for His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche.
Rinpoche gave me my first ever “assignment” about 12 years ago… I got called to come in to the Dharma shop, Kechara Paradise SS2, and His assistant then gave me an assignment to paint a tiny #Tara tsa tsa, which I did horribly in! 255 more words
In the light of the Divine Goodness, it seems to me, though others may think differently, that ingratitude is the most abominable of sins and that it should be detested in the sight of our Creator and Lord by all of His creatures who are capable of enjoying His divine and everlasting glory.