The Malus must have created a temporal rift which allowed Will to slip into the future. The Doctor will take Will back to Tegan objects and asks the Doctor to allow her some time to visit her grandfather. The Doctor is disgruntled but is persuaded to stay in Little Hodcombe for a while for a rest. This story was released on video in episodic format alongside Frontios. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. If you'd like to talk about narrative problems with this story — like plot holes and things that seem to contradict other stories — please go to this episode's discontinuity discussion.
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Seasons Tom Baker. Season 12 : - Season 13 : - Season 14 : - Season 15 : - Season 16 : - Season 17 : - Season 18 : - Seasons Peter Davison. Season 19 : Season 20 : Children in Need Season 21 : Seasons Colin Baker. Season 22 : Season 23 : Seasons Sylvester McCoy.
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The years seen in this section may seem decidedly "off". Remember, however, that this list only gives the first year in which an episode from a series was broadcast. David Tennant, unusual amongst other Doctors, began and ended on special episodes, not regular ones. The Buddha taught that there are the Four Great Efforts that are supported by this kind of energy.
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To enhance and foster wholesome or skillful states that are already part of our makeup. As an example, when generous thoughts arise, develop them further and act on them. To not get entangled in unwholesome or unskillful states that have already surfaced in us. For instance, when an unkind judgment arises, we note it and gently move the mind away from it.
Let it go.
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To encourage wholesome and skillful states to develop. To tap into our enormous power for goodness through cultivating awareness and wisdom. To avoid unskillful and unwholesome states not yet surfaced. If we know through experience that certain circumstances bring about unskillful action and unwholesome states, avoid those circumstances.
Once the energy is stirred up and available, we need to harness it and use it wisely. This is where courage, effort, persistence and perseverance come in.
I think of this as a kind of vow, an act of trust, and the commitment to practice as the continual act of vowing; a vow that leads us to live a skillful, peaceful, wise and compassionate life. In his book, Taking our Places; the Buddhist Path to Truly Growing Up, Norman Fischer offers some beautiful and accessible ideas on vows, vowing, and how they relate to practice and our lives. Vows are aspirations. They are larger than life.
Endless sources of inspiration, vows differ from goals, which are limited in scope. Goals can be met. Vows can be practiced but never exactly completed, for they are essentially unfulfillable, and it is their very inexhaustibility that propels us forward, opens us up, shapes our desires and actions.