Daily Dharma

Normally we operate under the deluded assumption that everything has some sort of true, substantial reality. But when we look more carefully, we find that the phenomenal world is like a rainbow—vivid and colorful, but without any tangible existence.

– Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, “Teachings on the Nature of Mind and Practice”
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