Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo on Vegetarianism “I don’t eat my friends.”

Using tormas in one’s daily practices serves a dual purpose: 1) to engage in offering to sublime beings such as deities during rituals, and to practice generosity to sentient beings such as wild animals after the ritual is complete, by tossing the edible tormas outside. Another powerful way to practice generosity to animals is to stop consuming their flesh. In the following interview, Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo explains her views on Buddhism and vegetarianism. Click on the link below:

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