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A Gangster's Paradise
on March 13, 2011
It's about a man, who as a Copenhagen petty criminal set out to wild Tibet, and as a hopelessly dense "student", met a man, whose name means "action of all buddhas". And for whom he out of deepest thankfulness usurped everything of methods for himself and "his friends" and established an empire of darkness (and terror).
Samsara is not a kindergarten.
First there have to be billions of oceans of living beings who build this up, before you can declare yourself the "karma-kagyü-diamondway-elite."
Whoever comes with a clear, wide, deep and open mind, is for this way already hopelessly overqualified.
At least you can't keep it.
The buddhist mafia." (Of course sth like that never can exist. For very GOOD reasons.)
"Even my mama thinks that my mind is gone."
"Fire in the hole!"
That's all there is to say.
Beyond anything anyone can ever afford to do in buddhism.
Soon get back to where you came from.