In this evening’s talk, Soryu discusses the Dhammapada, which is a collection of sayings of the Buddha and one of the most widely cited Buddhist scriptures. We are encouraged to closely examine our thought patterns with an eye for hateful thoughts and how such hateful thoughts affect us and those around us. We also consider how the only thing between us and Awakening is our own obstructions.

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