Geshe Michael Roach teaching about the core Buddhist idea of emptiness using his favorite example of a pen. This is part one of a new short series of videos called Postcards from Geshe la that were recorded in New York City in 2011
In the previous 2 segments in this series, Postcards from Geshe La, Geshe Michael taught us about the core idea of Buddhism, which is called Emptiness, using his favorite example of a pen. The other core idea is what is traditionally referred to as Karma. As you’ll see in the video, you can think of these two core ideas as being totally indivisible: two sides of the same coin.
In part one of this series, Geshe Michael Roach taught us the core Buddhist idea of emptiness. In this video segment, Geshela will explain how this idea of emptiness is relevant to our daily life and level of happiness. This is part two of a new short series of videos called Postcards from Geshe la that were recorded in New York City in 2011.