DHARMA IN EVERYDAY LIFE
- BUDDHA SAVES PREDESTINED
By Nhat Quan
three things that can be done and three things that cannot
be done. One of the three things that cannot be done is that
the Buddha cannot save those who have no predestined
relationship with him.
In the past,
Mr. Anathapindika (Mr. Loneliness) met the Buddha, heard the
Dharma, and joined the holy order, called the pure and
liberated holy race. He wholeheartedly supported the
Buddhadharma, vowing to serve the Buddha all he could. He
directed the life of his entire family along this path and
helped the poor and needy to be well fed and then directed
them to the Dharma. Therefore, he was called by the world a
supporter of the lonely. For the Sangha, he was the most
effective protector of the Dharma, making full offerings to
the monks. He entrusted his wealth to an old woman who was
in charge of managing it. She saw that the bhikkhus kept
coming to ask for this and that every day, so she got angry.
The boss ordered, she did not dare to resist, but she was
really unhappy. Because the property is not hers, she is
responsible for keeping it inside and out, so she feels like
an owner. Mr. Anathapindika knew that but had not had the
opportunity to guide her to the Buddha.
At that time
King Prasenàjit and Queen Mallikà were both devout
Buddhists. Queen Mallika saw the situation in Mr.
Anathapindika's house like that and wanted to create a
predestined relationship with the housekeeper to meet the
Buddha. Queen Mallika said to Mr. Anathapindika:
in the king's palace, there is an organization to make
offerings to the Buddha and the Sangha, you should arrange
for that old lady to bring the offerings to the palace.
Anathapindika and his wife were very happy because they
thought that the Buddha would save this old woman. Entering
the palace, Queen Mallikà tried everything to keep the old
woman. But this old lady seemed very strange, she just
brought food in and hurried away, did not want to stay at
all. Seeing this, Queen Mallikà ordered:
- You can't
go back, you have to stay here to prepare to make offerings
to the Buddha and the monks. Soon the World-Honored One will
come, meet the Buddha and offer offerings, which is a great
blessing. The old woman did not dare to argue, was forced to
stay but was very angry.
Buddha and his disciples came, he released his light to
illuminate everything, making everyone present there
aroused. Only this old woman has not made up her mind. She
was preparing offerings, and when she saw the Buddha coming
to one door, she turned to another door. Buddha then
released his own aura for her. On the four sides, she turned
in every direction to see Buddha releasing his aura. At the
end of the road, she lowered her head to the ground and
tried to leave. Buddha said:
- I don't
have the predestined to save this old lady.
Buddha knew that the venerable Rahula had the grace to save
the old woman, so the Buddha sent Rahula to meet the old
woman. Indeed, when she heard from afar that Rahula was
coming, she happily went out to wait. Venerable Rahula came,
she invited him into the house, inquired, and took care of
all things… Reverend Rahula preached the Buddha's teachings
to her. After hearing that, she understood the Way, and
raised her mind towards the Three Jewels easily, without any
and condition in Buddhism are like that, the cause and the
meeting, the retribution or the reward is not lost. Knowing
this, you do not need to worry, just create a good
predestined to be blessed. Whether you like it or not, you
have to admit that whoever has a predestined relationship
with you will be able to love and be close to you. Who does
not have a predestined relationship with you, even if you
meet again and again, you will not have any feelings. Thus,
the word predestined in Buddhism speaks of the entire
relationship between you and people from many generations to
the present. If you don't have a predestined relationship,
even if you meet each other, you'll still be strangers as if
you haven't met. As I teach the Dharma every week, Buddhists
from far away gather at the temple in large numbers, while
the houses near the temple do not come. True that:
predestined conditions, thousands of miles are also close,
but without predestined conditions, even if you meet each
other every day, it's still as strange as not familiar.
"Buddha saves people with predestined" tells the truth that
you are living, not imagining. In the sutras, every morning,
before going into the city to become alms food, the Buddha
used his celestial eye to see who had a predestined
relationship with him today, and he went straight there to
teach. Where there is no predestined He does not go.
study and understand Buddhism will see very strange points.
Like the Buddha holding a bowl to the village for alms,
people called him to beg, but the Buddha said that he
planted a predestined relationship with sentient beings
Buddha went for alms, saw some boys playing in the sand, and
made a mountain of sand to play on the side of the road.
Meeting the Buddha, there was a boy who gathered sand into a
bowl and offered it as an offering. The Buddha received it
and asked the Venerable Ananda to take it back and spread it
around his monastery. However, later, history said that King
Asoka was the reincarnation of the boy who offered sand to
the Buddha at that time. So his hands are as rough as sand.
He was the warlike king who was converted by the Buddha to
become a Buddhist and was instrumental in spreading and
expanding Buddhism to the Middle East, the largest
missionary area in history. With the child's act of taking
raw sand to the Buddha, but with a sincere heart, he later
had the blessing of becoming a King, meeting the Buddha, and
becoming the most effective protector.
Thus, it is
clear that when the Buddha went for alms, he planted a
predestined relationship with sentient beings. If the Buddha
just sat in one place, sentient beings would have no chance
to come to him. By sowing such conditions, he saved
immeasurable sentient beings. That is the Buddha's meaning
of sowing causes and conditions. He does two things at once:
- The first
thing is to find someone who has a predestined relationship
- The second
thing, people who do not have predestined come to sow
although monks and nuns do not go for alms, the temple is
always open, Buddhists come to burn incense to worship the
Buddha and make offerings to the Three Jewels, which is also
a form of sowing conditions. The monks and nuns who receive
offerings from Buddhists are to receive the predestined
conditions that are sown with them. Therefore, when ordained
as a bhikkhu and bhikkhuni, the monks and nuns wear robes
with many pieces, symbolizing the fields of merit that
sentient beings have sown with them. Thus, the spirit of
sowing conditions of Buddhism is very clear. Those who are
already predestined, the Buddha and the monks and nuns will
save first. Those who do not have a predestined relationship
find a way to sow. If you have a predestined relationship,
you will find it no matter how far away, that is the special
spirit of Buddhism.
advocates that people with predestined people come together,
not to encourage, not propagate, not to force. Monks and
nuns quietly study, whoever comes to them is predestined, so
they are willing to guide them. Therefore, Buddhism has no
ambition to dominate humanity. You only guide those who are
predestined, and those who are not, they are free to choose
their path, their life. Thereby it is enough to see that
Buddhism respects the freedom of each person, if there is a
predestined relationship, then it will come together, if
there is no predestined person, then it's okay.
spirit, you should not think that you must force everyone to
follow Buddhism, those who do not follow your religion will
be angry at people. Such anger is contrary to the spirit of
Buddhism. So when I take refuge in Buddhists, I often
- The Buddha
taught lay Buddhists to keep the five precepts, but if there
are one or two precepts that Buddhists cannot keep, they
should keep the three precepts first, the rest of the
precepts will be kept later. Buddha taught you to practice,
he teach you because he loves you, not because he wants you
or everyone to obey and respect him.
practitioners need to understand this clearly, and should
not be upset or sad when they see that Buddhist followers
are not as numerous as followers of other religions. Because
it's fate. If it's not predestined, then there's nothing to
be angry about. Understanding that, you will see that
Buddhism is extremely gentle, not competing, not fighting
with anyone. For those who need it, the monks and nuns are
willing to guide them, if they don't need it, they don't
force it, they don't insist. That is the meaning of Buddha's
understand this spirit, monks, nuns, or Buddhists will see
that there are few Buddhists in your temple, and many
Buddhists in other temples will not be sad, because you know
it's a different condition for each person. If you are sad,
then you don't understand the meaning of the Buddha saving
the predestined people. The monks or nuns previously planted
a lot with Buddhists, so now there are many Buddhists. The
monks or nuns in the past had few sows, so now there are few
Buddhists, that's only natural, there's nothing to be sad
not understand that a person who is rarely visited by
Buddhists is a bad practitioner, sometimes he practices very
well, but because he has no predestined relationship with
sentient beings, no one visits. And people with many
predestined sentient beings will come in abundance. You
Buddhists must understand the principle of cause and effect.
The monks or nuns who receive offerings from Buddhists are
sowing conditions. For example, Buddhists give me five or
ten dollars, I get it. It was the Buddhists who planted a
predestined relationship with me. As for me, I owe you a
debt, so people often say the two words predestined and
debt. If you have a debt, you have to pay. So now I pay you
all the time. I owe you a lot, I pay a lot, I don't dare to
rest, I don't dare to be tired. If the debtor is not blessed
and has no morals, then he must pay by being his servant.
And the virtuous ones pay their debts by teaching and
guiding people to practice.
If you understand that, then you will sympathize, if a
monk or a nun is visited by a large number of Buddhists,
you know that monk or nun has planted a lot of love with
About making offerings to sow conditions, someone asked:
- Teacher, making offerings to the Sangha is also giving,
giving to beggars is also giving. So how are these two
acts of generosity different?
- Your respect for the Three Jewels and compassion for the
poor, if you make offerings or give alms, the merit is no
different. But with the poor, they are not destined to be
of great benefit to you later. As for the cultivator,
because there is merit and virtue, because of this merit,
your destiny is also better. Just as a seed is the same,
but if you sow it in soil full of fertilizer it will grow
differently than when you sow it in arid, rocky soil. It's
If you understand the cause and effect, other people are
rich, while you are poor, but your heart is still happy,
not jealous. Because you know that other people's
conditions are good, yours is poor, lacks merit, so you
are poor. In the same way, if a cultivator sees a temple
developing well and a large number of Buddhists come, then
you know that is the predestined condition of a good
Abbot, so you won't be jealous, that's you know how to
practice. Those of you who have not mastered the principle
of cause and effect, seeing someone more than you are sad,
from which there will be troubles, that is, you have not
yet learned to cultivate.
You see this doctrine is very profound but also very
simple, just because you do not see, do not understand, so
the mind is not good with each other. In fact, who is
better than you, you are happy to praise? If you act like
this, everything will be fine. So if you practice, you
must understand and apply the Buddhadharma in your daily
life, in every word, action, and behavior, not by reading
a lot of sutras but by suspecting that you practice a lot.
If you read a lot of sutras without being able to apply
the principles of sutras, you will still be bound by
defilements as usual.
Those who do not have a predestined relationship must
create a predestined relationship. In the past, when I
read Buddhist scriptures, there were times when I was a
bit sad. When the Buddha went to places that were highly
respected by Buddhists, he stayed at the monastery, the
benefactors carried rice and water to offer a lot, and the
monks did not use them all. The Buddha then asked the
monks to feed the crows. I think the monks can't eat it
all, then give it back, get a lot of it, and then give it
to the crows to eat; So is it a crime? But later I learned
that the Buddha taught to receive is to sow a predestined
relationship with the worshiper. If the Buddha didn't
accept it, the donor couldn't sow a predestined
relationship, how could the Buddha save them later?
Therefore, the work of the Buddha looks superficially like
a waste, but really in the spirit of sowing conditions, to
have the opportunity to teach sentient beings is too
Today, some monks and nuns go to work and have a little
money, and if anyone wants to make an offering, they
- I have enough, please do not accept.
- There are some Buddhists who do not dare to eat temple
rice for fear of being in debt to the temple.
This action seems to be very good, but in the future,
there will be no predestined relationships. You should
remember that the root of Buddhism is enlightenment and
compassion, to save yourself and save people in a perfect
way. Therefore, it is necessary to cultivate conditions
with sentient beings. If you don't owe them, you won't
meet, if you don't meet, how will you teach them? That is
the wish of a Buddhist practitioner.
Personally, I owe a lot to Buddhists in this life, because
everyone who donates to me will accept it. Maybe it was
like that in my previous life, so now I meet Buddhists.
That is the debt that makes you and I meet again to guide
and rely on each other to practice. The joy of the
cultivator is here. If you run away, don't want to borrow
money, and don't want to get involved with anyone, you
won't have a relationship. That is the meaning of teaching
and sowing conditions of Buddhism.
In the world, people also have predestined relationships
to meet and pay off. But from the point of view of
Buddhism, it is different. When a meeting is a predestined
relationship, helping and learning from each other, the
more predestined, this lively little, then the next life
will be. There are not many predestined conditions in this
life, there will be more in the next life, that's the
On the path of cultivation, if you want to follow the
Buddha from life to life, if you want to never be
forgotten, never get lost, then you must sow a predestined
relationship with the Three Jewels, right in this life
until the next
The question is how to sow?
There are many ways to sow a predestined relationship with
the Three Jewels. For example, Buddhists come to the
temple and offer five or ten dollars to the box of
blessings and dew to sow a predestined relationship with
the Three Jewels, without the condition that the monks or
nuns have to do anything for you. You need to understand
what you do. If you do it without understanding, sometimes
you unintentionally turn good deeds into bad ones, and at
the same time make monks and nuns awkward. You must
understand the meaning of making offerings.
It is good that you sow karmic conditions with the Three
Jewels by making offerings, but even more important in
sowing conditions is to take refuge in the Three Jewels.
If you have not become a Buddhist, and now want to have a
deep relationship with the Three Jewels, you should make a
vow to take refuge in the Three Jewels. You have taken
refuge, reminding your relatives to understand the morals
and take refuge together. It is sowing fate for oneself
and for others. The fate of taking refuge is greatly
For the Buddha, the deepest and most sublime condition is
to help parents and relatives of all sentient beings to
take refuge in the Three Jewels. Because of taking refuge
in the Three Jewels, that good seed will not be lost
forever. You take refuge in the Three Jewels and promise
to follow the Buddha's precepts for life, follow the
Dharma, and follow the Sangha, which is sowing a very deep
seed. So from this life to many lives to come, you do not
forget, do not lose. Many people ask this question:
- The great, rich mandarins are thanks to the blessings of
their previous lives. So why do they sometimes do evil in
Buddha taught that merit comes in two ways. If you do good
but you don't have morality, then the blessing will only
lead to enjoyment, and then you will forget it. For
example, Some people have little wealth. When they see
others suffering, they help them, so they are blessed.
Although blessed, there is no moral seed. When working as
a mandarin, being in a high position means enjoying merit,
but he does not know anything about morality. After
enjoying all the blessings, they create bad karma, then
they have to suffer. As for the man who is a mandarin but
gentle, there is a seed of morality. Thus in this life,
they enjoy old blessings, and at the same time create new
blessings, so they are promoted forever, blessings do not
lose seeds, and morality does not decline.
So when you talk about taking refuge in the Three Jewels,
you are talking about sowing the seed of eternity, not
losing it, not forgetting it. That is you sow the cause to
eternally meet the Three Jewels. Those who have a
predestined relationship with the Three Jewels in this
life, meet the Three Jewels in the next life, and
continuously cultivate, will quickly become enlightened.
Blessing only leads to enjoyment, while morality leads you
to true, lasting happiness. If there is no moral root,
then the blessings will end, and you will suffer from the
evil karma you have created.
Now there are many people doing meritorious deeds, but not
Buddhists. If you do good, you will be blessed, whether
you are a Buddhist or not a Buddhist, but the difference
is in being ethical or not. Therefore, people who know how
to practice are always willing to help others. Just as
Buddhists want to take refuge, monks give refuge. Is that
beneficial for monks, nuns, or Buddhists?
- You want to take refuge in the Three Jewels because you
want to sow the seeds of the Three Jewels so that in the
next life you will have a predestined relationship to
- Buddhists who keep the precept not to kill living beings
will enjoy a long life in the next life.
- If you keep the precepts of not stealing, then in the
next life there will be no loss of wealth.
- Keeping the precepts not to commit adultery, the next
life will have a good and righteous body.
- Keeping the precept not to lie, what will be said in the
next life will be believed and obeyed.
- Keeping the precept not to drink alcohol, smoke opium,
and drugs, the next life will be intelligent and lucid.
Therefore, taking refuge and taking precepts is to protect
Buddhists from being safe in this life and the next life,
not for the benefit of the monks or the Buddha. The Buddha
and the monks, because they loved the Buddhists, wanted to
guide people to know the Way and not suffer, so they
encouraged Buddhists to take refuge in the Three Jewels.
Next, sowing conditions by spreading the Dharma. As in
these lectures, Buddhists have a predestined relationship
with the monks, but there are also people who don't have a
predestined relationship. But by hearing, understanding,
and seeing the reason, we should develop a mind to
cultivate, which sows a predestined relationship by
spreading the Dharma. By spreading the Dharma, the
listeners penetrate, so they develop the mind to
cultivate. This is one of the ways of sowing conditions of
Many people think that other religions do very strong
charity work, and Buddhism does not care about this, just
preaching sutras, so it is not realistic
Preaching means speaking theory, is it beneficial or not?
For example, if you go to work in a factory, every day
earns money equivalent to your effort. In the afternoon,
you visit the casino. So your wife and children are needy
and miserable. Neighbors felt pity and brought some rice
money to help. If it's the same every day, the neighbors
can't help the rest of your family's lives. It only helps
once in a while, so it's temporary. Now if a person who
understands ethics, comes to you to advise you that your
actions are harmful to yourself and your family, you
should not continue that gambling path anymore. When you
understand, you don't go to the casino anymore, on the
contrary, you care about your wife's family and children.
So between the person who gives money every day and the
person who advises him to wake up, who is more precious?
Therefore, in Buddhism, it is said that there are two ways
of giving: first, giving money, and then giving Dharma.
But the donation of the Dharma is more precious than the
gift of money. Because, a moral saying people hear,
understand, and remember forever in their hearts, makes
the whole life change from bad to good. While helping with
their money only lasts a few days, this is to say making
them rely on humanitarian money, so they don't strive to
move forward. Therefore, Buddhism advocates sowing causes
and conditions by spreading the Dharma. With the teaching
of the Dharma, make each person have a predestined
relationship with the Buddhadharma so that they can
develop the mind to practice and reach a place of peace
It is not only monks and nuns who can sow a predestined
relationship by spreading the Buddhadharma. Buddhists who
know how to cultivate and love people can also help
friends by inviting them to listen to the Dharma or
creating conditions for them to come into contact with the
Buddhadharma. If someone has not had a predestined
relationship with the Buddhadharma, you advise them to go
and listen to the Dharma, listen and then they will
understand, understand, and then practice. So you've
planted a charm for them.
The Lotus Sutra says:
- If the person who comes to listen to the Dharma does not
have a seat, it is also a great blessing to give your seat
to the person who wants to listen to the Dharma. Because
you have planted the Dharma for them. If you keep your
conduct like that, maybe in the next life you will be a
monk, saving yourself and others, and teaching more
broadly. On the contrary, if you only take care of
yourself, don't love, and don't remind anyone, later you
will also be alone, and the merit cannot be fulfilled.
Buddhists should clearly see, on the way to practice, that
you must gather merit by sowing predestined relationships
with each other, and then reap good moral results, and
should not be jealous of each other.
Once you understand the meaning of the phrase "Buddha
saves people with predestined conditions", you will no
longer quarrel, not envy each other, but only diligently
cultivate your own morality. I wish all Buddhists who come
to the religion have an open mind, and compassion and help
each other. Whoever can do something, you should be happy,
not jealous. You go to the temple with all your faith and
love each other, practice together in pure morality, and
do not let narrow and trivial thoughts lose the noble
meaning of the religion. On the contrary, if you go to the
temple a lot and form this faction, that group fights
against each other, then even if you go to the temple a
lot, there will be no good results.
The meaning of Buddha's salvation is so realistic, so you
should try to practice in accordance with the moral spirit
of the Buddha. This is both good for the religion and
beneficial for you. Understanding that is the real person
who understands the Way, and takes care of it. If you
don't understand that, you accidentally destroy the
religion that you don't know. It's very important, you all
need to be aware
When the Buddha attained enlightenment, he contemplated
the causes and conditions and saw that people were
predestined to him, so he came to save them, not everyone
could save them. Buddha also said that he can only save
those who have predestined relationships with him. Buddha
is better than us because he can save people with
favorable conditions but also people with opposite
conditions. As long as people have predestined
relationships with the Buddha, he can save them. So if you
read carefully the Mahayana or Theravada sutras, you will
see that when the Buddha attained enlightenment in
Bodhgaya, he contemplated the causes and conditions that
the sutras record that he walked around the Bodhi tree for
21 days and nights to contemplate whether Whoever has
predestined, He saves first. The Buddha can save sentient
beings with three kinds of conditions:
- Adversity and
Of these three conditions, favorable and unfavorable
conditions, he directly saved. And without predestined, he
indirectly through someone such as He sent Master Rahula
to save the old lady housekeeper of Mr. Anathapindika.
Because of this, He saved everyone. As for you and I, if
we can do this, we will lose that, if we say we have to
observe the cause and effect, then you and I don't have
wisdom, so we don't know yet, so we need to consider
carefully what we want to do. Personally, I have feelings
and use my feelings to contact with life. With someone, if
there is no love or respect, do not disturb each other,
absolutely do not argue. I avoid evil causes and
conditions, but without predestined conditions, even if I
guide them, they don't like it and think the opposite, so
leave it at that. For those who have sympathy to visit,
appreciate and listen, I will talk about the Buddhadharma
to guide them to practice.
As for the pagans, I have not yet been able to teach, so I
stay away to ask for peace to practice.
As mentioned above, the Buddha has a predestined
relationship with you, then he comes to guide you. But
about you, how do you know you are a person with a
predestined relationship with the Buddha?
are like precious gems lying in a stone, if you don't take
it out of the stone, if you don't grind it, the gem can't
shine. You too can train yourself so that one day you can
shine like precious jewels, training yourself is also
planting a predestined relationship with the Buddha,
relying on the Buddha's grace. Here are ten things that
prove you have a predestined relationship with Buddha:
1- In the mind, there is a Buddha
Buddha is not on the outside but in the heart, what kind of
mind do you have, whether you believe in the existence of
Buddha or not? Having Buddha in mind is also having
predestined relationship with Buddha.
2- Giving up
Buddhist scriptures, it is difficult to enter the pure realm
if you have not cut off the self and love. Because love,
hate, grace, and hatred are all obstacles to emotions. All
your suffering is due to the pursuit of the wrong things.
Today's stubbornness can turn into tomorrow's regrets.
If you don't
bring trouble to yourself, then others can never bring
trouble to you. Everything is because your inner self cannot
get rid of bad desires. Being able to let go of that bad
desire is also a predestined relationship with the Buddha.
3- Peace of
thoughts are very unstable, it is easy to be deceived,
especially strange temptations that easily disorient you.
taught you to know how to use a calm mind to see life's gain
and loss, making your nature manifest naturally. Peace in
the face of life is the predestined relationship with the
You have a
buddha mind that doesn't look at other people's mistakes, if
you only look at other people's mistakes, you won't see
yours. So you need to understand yourself, see clearly what
you need to do, and also see clearly the consequences of
what you need to do because you need to be responsible for
that consequence. To be responsible for your actions is to
have a predestined relationship with the Buddha.
suffer the most, as long as you have faith that suffering is
not forever, you will definitely have the strength to
overcome suffering, this is a form of faith.
It can be
said that faith is the main path of human life, becoming a
Buddha or becoming a ghost is also staying in one thought,
if you have a good faith, it is also a predestined
relationship with the Buddha. While you suffer the most as
long as you have faith that suffering is not forever, good
days will come...
6- Work with
In life, if
you can use wisdom to see problems, you can save a lot of
time and effort. It can also reduce a lot of afflictions and
attachments, and has the effect of doing less and reaping
more. To know yourself, to surrender to yourself is wisdom.
Those who understand, can see the world with wisdom, and
work with wisdom is also a predestined relationship with the
Self-restraint is the practice of wisdom, which is also the
accumulation of energy. Restraint brings you pain, but the
next day it turns to honey.
Self-restraint is not the same as running away, because
running away is a failure of the will, but self-restraint is
not forgetting one's own mission to make the will more
steadfast and patient. Learn to thank those who give you
adversity. If you are good at restraint, you have a
predestined relationship with Buddha.
8- Know how
to be generous to everyone
predestined condition is to know generosity. True compassion
is not about loving those who love you, but also being
tolerant and loving those who oppose you. Love others as you
do not treat you well because of a misunderstanding, you
need to have compassion and tolerance for that person. Bring
wisdom to embody that person. Generosity towards people is
also a predestined relationship with Buddha.
9- Know how
opportunity to stay at cause and effect has matured, the
Buddha of cause and effect will naturally come to you. Not
having a predestined relationship doesn't mean there's never
been a predestined relationship, everyone has a Buddha
nature, and everyone has a mind to practice Buddhism. Be
grateful for your surroundings, even adversity. Knowing to
wait for predestined conditions is also having a predestined
relationship with Buddha.
predestined relationship is good, so when you live a good
life, you are already aiming for Buddha's cause and effect,
sowing the seeds of cause and effect with the Buddha Dharma.
the life of people who borrow and pay, pay and borrow
together, according to the Buddha, is a predestined
relationship. As a cultivator, you already know the
consequences of your words and actions, so if you have to
create a predestined relationship, you have to cultivate a
good predestined relationship so that you can meet each
other tomorrow, and everyone will be good friends.
understand the meaning of the saying that Buddha saves
people with predestined conditions, you will no longer be in
dispute, not envious of each other, but will cultivate
morality. I wish all Buddhists to come to the religion to
have an open mind, to sympathize with and help each other.
Whoever can do anything, I am happy, but not jealous. In the
same way, when you understand the saying that Buddha saves
people with predestined conditions, I hope that when you
come to the temple, use all faith, love each other, and
study together in pure morality. You should not let narrow,
trivial thoughts lose the noble meaning of the Way.
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