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Dharma Wheel by Bob Jacobson

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The Bodhisattva Vow in Zen

 

Sentient beings are numberless; I vow to save them all.

Delusions are endless; I vow to transcend them all.

The Gates of the Dharma are many; I vow to enter them all.

The Buddha Way is unsurpassed; I vow to walk its way.

 

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Last rebirth: February 6, 2011