One of the most difficult times to have patience is when our religion, our teachers, or our loved ones are harmed. Even then, however, there is no reason to be angry. We should of course do whatever we can to prevent and stop that, but we should remain patient. This is Rinpoche’s commentary on stanzas 64 to 66 of the Sixth Chapter of the Bodhicharyavatara. (BA6_64-66)
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