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“One of the most inspiring sentences I read by Bhante recently was about the bodhisattva ideal. He calls it ‘one of the sublimest spiritual ideals that humankind has ever seen.’”
(The Endlessly Fascinating Cry in Complete Works of Sangharakshita, vol. 4, p.221.)
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