The following is an excerpt from a public talk given by His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok:
The second cause for suffering is karma—– karma meaning cause and result. This begins with these negative causes: beginning first with killing, the weightiest cause, which is to kill or to take a life. Now according to Buddhism this means […]
The following is respectfully quoted from “Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism” by Tsong-ka-pa
The fourth of the seven cause and effect precepts is love. The field of observation is all sentient beings, and the subjective aspects are three:
How nice it would be if all sentient beings had happiness and its causes.
May all sentient beings have happiness and […]