“This precious human body is very fragile.
We are plagued by impermanence all the times.
We don’t know when we are going to die.
We are overwhelmed by four major and eight minor suffering.
While contemplating on it, one needs to practice dharma each and every moment.
In the way that you can prepare in advance without regret at the time of death.

On the lighter note, Milarepa said:
β€œDeath leads to the path of liberation,
Death brings joy to him who is practicing.”
Although we might not attain liberation like Milarepa, we can somehow get closer to it each time.
Thus tread on the path to liberation without distraction.”

~ Dupseng Rinpoche πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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After expounding Buddhadharma extensively in various countries for the past few years and also during raging pandemic times in 2020, Rinpoche decided to take a break from traveling outside Nepal. He planned to devote his full time as a retreat master for nun retreatants at Karma Ngedon Pelbarling Retreat Center, until the completion of retreat in early 2023.

Nevertheless, Rinpoche continues to benefit students around the World and spread precious dharma via online teachings. Additionally, he guides various dharma activities at Jangchup Choeling monastery as well as dharma events organized by his devotees in Nepal.

Here are some close-ups taken from numerous enlightened activities in the last one and a half years. Rejoicing!

Dedication of Merit πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

By this merit, may all obtain omniscience,
May it defeat the enemy, wrongdoing.
From the stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness, and death,
From the ocean of samsara, may I free all beings!

Sarva Mangalam οΏΌπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™