If you haven’t seen Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche’s guest post, “The Buddha wasn’t a Buddhist,” on the Washington Post‘s “On Faith” blog, it is definitely worth checking out. He touches on the question of what it means to be “religious,” and goes on to give advice to those of us on “our search for truth.” Rinpoche writes:

The journey to genuine truth begins when you discover a true question — one that comes from the heart — from your own life and experience. That question will lead to an answer that will lead to another question, and so on. That’s how it goes on the spiritual path.

Read the full article here.

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