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The weaknesses of Tibetan Buddhism as practised today are the amount of superstition mingled with Gautama's original pure doctrine; the failure to adapt itself to the exigencies, the tendencies, and the conditions of the twentieth century, so far as they are good and proper and ameliorative; and the unwillingness to accept Western learning and science, where these can be beneficially added.


-- Notebooks Category 15: The Orient > Chapter 3: China, Japan, Tibet > # 192






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