GZPB-1 < GZPB-2 Gyalse Tokme Zangpo - The Thirty-Seven Practices of All the Bodhisattvas > GZPB-3

ཡུལ་ངནསྤངས་པསཉོན་མོངསརིམ་གྱིསའགྲིབ། །རྣམ་གཡེངམེད་པདགེ་སྦྱོརངང་གིའཕེལ། །རིག་པ་དྭངསཔསཆོསངེས་ཤེས་སྐྱེ།  །དབེན་པ་བསྟེན་པ་རྒྱལ་སྲསལག་ལེནཡིན

[AP] The practice of all the bodhisattvas is to leave behind one’s homeland,
Where our attachment to family and friends overwhelms us like a torrent,
While our aversion towards enemies rages inside us like a blazing fire,
And delusion’s darkness obscures what must be adopted and abandoned.

[KM] Attraction to those close to you catches you in its currents;

Aversion to those who oppose you burns inside;

Indifference that ignores what needs to be done is a black hole.

Leave your homeland — this is the practice of a bodhisattva.

[RS] Attached to your loved ones you’re stirred up like water.

Hating your enemies you burn like fire.

In the darkness of confusion you forget what to adopt and discard.

Give up your homeland—This is the practice of Bodhisattvas.

[AB] A bodhisattva’s practice is to leave our homelands, where attachment to the side of friends tosses us like water; 

anger toward the side of enemies burns us like fire; and naivety so that we forget what’s to be adopted and abandoned cloaks us in darkness.