Khen Rinpoche Geshe Thubten Chonyi was born in the Solu Khombu region of Nepal in 1962. He joined Kopan Monastery when he was 12, and was ordained by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. At the age of 17, Khen Rinpoche entered Sera Je Monastery in south India where he advanced his studies on the great treatises of Buddhist philosophy. After 18 years of intensive study, Khen Rinpoche graduated as Geshe Lharampa, the highest Tibetan Buddhist doctorate conferred in the Gelug monastic tradition. Khen Rinpoche has been the Resident Teacher of Amitabha Buddhist Centre since 1999, serving as spiritual guide and teacher of all aspects of Buddhist philosophy to hundreds of students. In July 2011, Khen Rinpoche was also appointed the abbot of Kopan Monastery and Nunnery in Nepal.
Daily Reflections is a compilation of advice about Dharma studies, practicing Dharma in daily life and how to overcome afflictions and problems.