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@11@Do not wish for gratitude.@87@ Never strike at the heart.@87@ Now if you die, you will have no regrets.@11@@87@ @95@mdash;@28@The Seven-Point Thought Transformation@018@@87@@87@Like wise old friends, two Tibetan masters offer down-to-earth advice for cultivating compassion, wisdom, and happiness in every situation. Based on practical Buddhist verses on @11@thought training@11@ (@28@lojong@018@),@95@nbsp;@28@Advice from a Spiritual Friend@018@@95@nbsp;teaches how to develop the inner skills that lead to contentment by responding to everyday difficulties with patience and joy.@87@ @87@ Following Stephen Batchelor@95@#39;s introduction to the Kadamapa tradition that gave rise to these earthy, pithy instructions, Part One is a commentary by Geshe Dhargyey to Atisha@95@#39;s (982-1054)@95@nbsp;@28@Jewel Rosary of a Bodhisattva@018@. Part Two includes a commentary by Geshe Rabten to the famous@95@nbsp;@28@Seven-Point Thought Transformation@018@.@87@ @87@ First published in 1977,@95@nbsp;@28@Advice from a Spiritual Friend@018@@95@nbsp;is a Wisdom classic that has enriched readers in many editions over the years. As Batchelor says in his introduction, @11@These teachings are as applicable today as they were when Atisha first introduced them to Tibet.@11@
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