Meeting the Dharma Alone ~ A late Thai master’s final advice on walking the path to enlightenment

People may look at you and feel that your way of life, your interest in dharma, makes no sense. Others may say that if you want to practice dharma, you ought to ordain. Ordaining or not ordaining isn’t the crucial point. It’s how you practice. ~ Ajahn Chah

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2 thoughts on “Meeting the Dharma Alone ~ A late Thai master’s final advice on walking the path to enlightenment

  1. Thanks for this, Debra.

    We cannot share what we’ve learned with others . . . they must walk the path themselves. We can only point the way.

    May all beings have happiness….always._/!_

    • true words….our experiences may be similar but each path is unique as the individual experiencing them. 🙂 _/!_

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