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Satisfied Buddhist - Domo Geshe Rinpoche: Tibetan Village Monks Buddhist Behavior, Installation of Buddha Statue and other musings ...

In Tibet,We had some monks town Have you Were the "go to" person for Anything That went wrong.A sick child,someone with problems That needed counseling,a student That did not do well in school,marital problems,Illnesses,births,and deaths .... esp eciallyWere the thesis work of the local monk.Often,the monk still lived in. His family home in a separate little house under Circumstances humble,doing prayer and ritual for others.These town monks ministered to the needs of Their local people,not just in good times,falling on hard times Especially goal.In some ways,the village monks Were like your neighborhood modern Western healer.The village monk always Had an open door to Those in trouble and always HAD words of advice,Constantly ready to quote the Buddha.Because They Were humble monks with little education and training Benthic,usually His knowledge of scripture was not that great,HOWEVER,he belonged to the village and the village belonged to him.Every town Hoped to have one or more monks living Among Them,ready to help ...not just His own personal family,goal aussi anyone in need.Domo Geshe Rinpoche ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

"In Tibet besaßen wir einige Dorfmönche,die die,Hingehperson 'für alle waren Notfälle. Krankes Ein Kind mit jemand Problemen,Rat der brauchte,ein Schüler der schlecht in der Schule war,Eheprobleme,Krankheiten,Geburten und besonders Todesfälle ... das war der Arbeitsbereich of örtlichen Mönches. Oft lebte Mönch der noch bei seiner Familie in bescheidenen Umständen in einem separaten,erledigte die kleinen und Haus und Rituale Gebete für andere.
Diese Dorfmönche erfüllten die Bedürfnisse örtlichen Bevölkerung der nicht nur in guten Zeiten,sondern vor allem in schweren Zeiten.
Gewisse Weise auf die waren wie der Dorfmönche modern westliche Heiler bei euch um die Ecke. Dorfmönch hatte der immer eine offene Tür für Leute in Schwierigkeiten,er hatte einen immer und Ratschlag parat war ständig bereit,Buddha zu den zitieren. Weil er mit ein wenig einfacher Mönch und Bildung Training war,die Schriften normalerweise kannte er nicht so sehr gut,aber er gehörte zum Dorf und das Dorf gehörte zu ihm. Jedes Dorf hoffte darauf,einen oder mehr zu Mönche beherbergen,voller Hilfsbereitschaft .... nicht nur für ihre eigene,persönliche Familie,sondern auch für alle anderen,die in Not waren. "- Domo Geshe Rinpoche --- ~ ~ ~

In Tibet,we had the village monks who were the person "to go" when something went wrong. A sick child,someone with problems and who need advice,schoolchildren who worked hard in school,marital problems,illnesses,births,deaths,and especially ... This was the work of local monks. Often,the monk still living in his parents' home in a small separate and of modest length,powerful prayers and other rituals for others. The Ministry of the monks of the village met the needs of local,not only for the good,but also specifically for the worse. Somehow,these monks village were like your GP neighborhood of the West. The monk village always kept the door open for those in distress and always dispensed words of advice,always ready to quote the Buddha. Because they were humble monks of education in less training,usually their knowledge of the scriptures were not well educated,but they belonged to the village and the village belonged to them. Each village hoping to have one or more monks living in the community,ready to help ... not only his own family but also anyone in need. Domo Geshe Rinpoche ~ ~ ~ ~

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2009-08-23 14:38:33 by texswife

Drive thru at any fast food establishment he can. After 5 years of being unemployed I am sure he is not overqualified.
Counseling for fear of looking for a job? Are you kidding me? Quick fix, get a freakin job?? Nobody enjoys looking for a job, but counseling? Go find a real man and stop trying to fix this one. This nice guy that keeps his woman away from her family, when she is the one wearing the pants?? Nice guy? There are actual nice guys out there that can stand on their own two feet, go home and find one. Good luck on not having to pay spousal support.

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2003-01-20 09:10:46 by but_eventually

What happens to your next relationship when things get "old and uncomfortable". Better, in my humble opinion, to work things out with your spouse (the other parent of your child)! Get some counseling and both of you need to decide it is better to be a family than apart. What is more important in life??? Good luck! Remember, we all have rough patches, determination to make it work is often the best medicine! :-)

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