Overseas Teaching 03.04.18

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2018-04-03
AUTHOR:Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö
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If there is an inconsistency or a contradiction between what the Buddha says and what we perceive through our own direct observation, then we are justified in rejecting the way that the Buddha has described it. If the Buddha says that a khata is a different colour then we can appreciate that there must be another reason why the Buddha described it like that. But there is no reason for us to force ourselves to accept a description of something that does not accord with our direct perception just because the Buddha said it.

Depicted from "Buddhism in the 21st Century - Part 18" June, Sydney, Australia