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February 22, 2011


Whose Truth? The 4 Noble Truths & the Two Truthsby Geshe Tenzin Zopa

Editor’s Note

Like the slim arrow that strikes its target, this concise book “Whose Truth?” pierces our lack of awareness of the relevance of the Buddha’s 4 Noble Truths to our lives; of the fact that there ARE Two Truths!

Having interacted with the lay community for many years, Geshe Tenzin Zopa understands only too well, that most of us lack the perseverance to engage in the extensive study of meditation needed to distil the real meaning of the Buddha’s teachings. It would be lost on us if these teachings were delivered in a dry, technical, scholastic manner as is taught in the monastery. Instead, the great patience and skill, Geshela presents the Two Truths (of conventional and ultimate truth) in a manner that is easy for us to understand – especially for those of us who are into quick fixes, compact messaging and instant enlightenment.

Those words are few, the meanings go deep. Take your time to read, contemplate and meditate on what this book unveils.

With prostrations in respect and gratitude to Geshela for being our compass to help us find our way into these profound teachings.

This book is dedicated with devotion to the excellent health, long lives and fulfilled wishes of HH Dalai Lama, Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Khenrinpoche and Geshela for their providing us the alphabet to understand Dharma.


ContentThe Four Noble Truths
- Truth of Suffering
- Truth of the Causes of Suffering
- Truth of Cessation
- Truth of the Path
The Two Truths
- Conventional Truth
- Ultimate Truth
Question & Answer Session on Emptiness

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