16th Karmapa

Gyalwa Karmapa, Rikpe Dorje (1924-1982), who was the sixteenth incarnation in a line of enlightened heirarchs, heads of the Kagyü order of Buddhism in Tibet. It recounts an incident in his first journey, in the mid-seventies, out of the medieval Himalayan world he had known into the modern West. His first stop was Hong Kong, where his hosts took him to the top of a skyscraper. Standing on the observation platform, the Karmapa looked out with astonishment and delight at the vast view of the city below. Then, after a moment or two, he began to cry. He had to be helped inside by his attendants with tears pouring from his eyes. Later he explained that at the sight of the huge city with its teeming masses being born and struggling without a shred of dharma to help them - "without," as he said, "so much as an Om Mani Padme Hum" - he had been overcome by grief.

-- Sherah Chödzin, from Chögyam Trungpa's The Path is the Goal

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Enlightenment or the realization of Truth, Reality and/or God is as natural as a simple response to the delight of a child's smile. It is no big deal and no grand vision. All big deals and visions are shy of it. The absolute thing is unmentionable This is why the Buddha first refused to speak. But, if one were to speak it would only be a Great Paradox. There is no thing and yet there is. There is the holding on to everything, and the falling away of everything, a point of Zero, Perfect Equanimity. How is such a paradox realized? No mediocre man or woman has ever realized such a state; no fool will ever enjoy it and no childish person will ever begin it. More

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