Jan 1, 2018

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Letter No.244 to disciples: THE NEED TO OVERCOME THE PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS IN COMMENTS (Cần khắc phục những trở ngại tâm lý trong sự comments)

Letter No.244 to disciples: THE NEED TO OVERCOME THE PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS IN COMMENTS (Cần khắc phục những trở ngại tâm lý trong sự comments)

Letter No.244 to disciples: The need to overcome the psychological barriers in comments

Dear disciples,

As you have known clearly that not many websites have as good user interaction as chanhtuduy.com. There are many articles having a lot of comments, like “who is the true spiritual friend?” with 504 comments or “Roses and lovelocks” with 534 comments. So what are comments? Comments are the way to reply to the article online after reading. Comments are translated into Vietnamese with the meaning of “argument”. I think this translation is not correct. Because argument is a kind of essays in which the writer states a position on an issue and give several reasons, supported by evidence, for agreeing with that position. In fact, comments on other websites are written with one or two words or nonsense sentences. Even those who give cursing, profanity, and other forms of obscene language are part of their comments. I do not understand why comments are translated into “argument essays”? I think we should understand “comments” with the meaning of “feedback or express an opinion or reaction”

Dear disciples,

“How can you be healthy if you have meal without food?”

For those who learn from me on chanhtuduy.com, comments are a requirement to finish the lesson; just like a meal without food, how can be called ” having a meal”? and how can you be healthy with such a no-food meal? Neither does the spiritual health with no comments after reading. Because by reading the comments of disciples, Guru can evaluate the disciples’ knowledge and understanding. The merit accumulated by comments is as much as the merit created by sharing right view with others. And right view supports wisdom. From this reference, the wisdom of learners is evaluated by comments after reading.

Dear disciples,

Although it is easy to write a comment, many learners or disciples are reluctant to comment due to their ego philosophy, so called that the personal philosophy is affected by the crowd. There are two kinds of such a philosophy. The first is the self philosophy when they think that they are high-educated learners, if writing a short comment with some words, readers will laugh at them. The second groups belong to learners with inferiority complex. Such learners think that they have less education and provincial upstarts, their comments will “identify” who they are. So they chose the solution of that reading without comment. In addition, a new case of psychological concern making difficulties in comment appears when learners had already followed a Guru (who lives in monastery, temple..), they happened to read articles on chanhtuduy.com. Although they are interested in reading many articles, they do not dare to comment. Because they are afraid that their dharma friends from the place where they took refuge in the Three Jewels and got much favor may be discover them and play a dirty trick or taunt them like “setting the cat among the pigeons”. This has happened because I myself have been told by my learners. The specific case was Nguyen Thi Trang Khuyen who distorted and polluted the pure message of truth and also slandered Song Nguyen Tantra House in a bad article. Then learners from Song Nguyen Tantra House kept her from bad karmas and wrote counter-arguments in 18 articles but she kept silent and had no explanation for her bad behaviors. For more understanding, please read these articles: “A few thoughts on readers of chanhtuduy.com”, “why neither public nor transparency?”, “how are anger, indignation and Vajra criticizing?”, “what is counter-arguments based on Buddhist proofs?”, “Guru Thinley Nguyen Thanh: worshipping hungry ghost: does it benefit those who are alive or those who have died?”, “Guru Thinley Nguyen Thanh: talking to those who are in samara “prison”…Sometimes I wonder why their Guru does not allow them to read articles on other websites or other books for enriching the knowledge while he never tries reading then evaluates? It turns out that it does not the question if it is right or wrong, if it is true or false, if it is right view or wrong view, the problem is that if he dislikes anyone he does not allow his followers to read their articles even though the articles are quoted from Buddhist teaching or vice versa. If he likes someone or fears someone’s power, he will encourage his learners to read their books or listen to their sermons even though their articles or sermons are wrong-view? This is the same worldly philosophy of a person it goes: “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”

Dear disciples,

when you comment, you are practicing selflessness and facing with the eight worldly winds.

The noble values of achievement in Buddhism is selflessness, which is the path of Tantra Yoga in order that the practitioner get happiness, purity and tranquility to confront with the eight worldly winds (gain-loss, praise-blame, fame-shame pleasure –pain); therefore, when you comment, you are practicing selflessness and facing with the eight worldly winds. It means you conquer yourself and it is the first and greatest victory by Buddha’s teaching. Why do you never comment or hardly comment?

If Guru-disciple relationship, comment means disciples’ obedience to Guru’s words or reading without comments, disciples violate the Tantric precept No.1 it goes: “Scorning or deriding our vajra masters”. In term of the law of cause and effect, reading articles only expresses the learners ‘gratitude, comments after reading is consider to repay the Guru’s kindness; unless you cannot complete the mission. Why? Because you only say “thank you” but you do not return the favor, you are the same groups of only saying with your lips. I have made the survey and learnt that learners and disciples who write many comments get successful in life and get the fruits of holy life. For those who only read and rarely comments, it is very difficult for them to get successful in life because all achievement is from merit. Comments are the easy way to get merit by sharing the opinions on the Dharma. How easy it is!

Dear disciples,

Lotus Flower Estrade in Song Nguyen Tantra House

Why so easy? Because you should not be so concerned about that the comments are good or bad. You should type some words like “Dear Guru, I have read this article”. It is good. I do not ask you to write a long comment with many sentences. The importance lies in the attitude, not in the length of comments. By the way, I affirm that learners from Song Nguyen Tantra House – Tien Giang branch have written comments very well. I still remembered 5 years ago, they commented only one sentence, now they write good and formal comments. Why can Mat Phuoc, Mat Diem, Mat Duc write good comments while they have not yet finished high school? So is the case of Mat Thuy, who is Cambodian, wrote a short comment of within 20 words 2 years ago, now she can write a long comment and be fluent in Vietnamese. I am so touched that tears well up in my eyes as I think about such learners. There are still those who have high education showing the ungrateful attitude with boasting ego like Mat Minh Tri, Mat Van Phuc….

What can I do to encourage you to comments for your benefits? I cannot remind you continuously. But you do not wonder why your work has not been successful; your love is in trouble; your family is not happy. Why? If not overcome the difficulties, you cannot get happiness, just like the beautiful poem it goes that if not overcome a extreme exposure and hardship of cold frost, do you have any chances to enjoy the fragrance of apricot flowers? Comments are the quickest way to get the optimal means of collecting merit that I have experienced, now I would like to spread this method with the earnest advice; but you do not follow my guidance. I have nothing to say.

You (readers, learners, disciples), especially the new learners who have been bestowed the dharma names for a month have ignored my teaching and instructions. I have made the decision to withdraw your accounts. For those who are my disciples are reluctant to comments, I will no longer care and pay attention to. Please do not fall into the case of “it’s too late to lock the stable when the horse is stolen”, do not lose the once in a lifetime chance due to lack of awareness.

I pray that all sentient beings have humble qualities and sense of shame!

Om mani padme hum!

A Raining afternoon on the peak of Phu Van Mountain.

Thinley – Nguyen Thanh

Translated by Mat Dieu Hang


The original Vietnames version: Thư gửi các trò 244: CẦN KHẮC PHỤC NHỮNG TRỞ NGẠI TÂM LÝ TRONG SỰ COMMENTS

Related articles: 

A FEW WORDS ON CHANHTUDUY.COM 

Letter No. 205 to disciples: No food in your diet, can you be healthy with only rice?

A FEW THOUGHTS ON READERS OF CHANHTUDUY.COM (Đôi dòng cảm niệm về bạn đọc chanhtuduy.com)

  1. C H Lakshminarayan says:
    Respected Guruji, I bow my head at the lotus feet of Guruji.

    I am Tantra Nirvadeva.

    “Samyagdrishti Prabha samadhi ” by reading  and commenting on the Articles that appear in ” Chanhtuduy”

    is the subject matter of this article. Of course, it is true,  comments will identify the writers who they are ! By reading the comments of the desciples, Guruji can evaluate the knowledge and psychological  background of the desciples ! The golden saying ” The beauty is in the eyes of the beholder ”  is rightfully applicable in this context!

    Buddhism is the path of ” Selflessness ” and when one writes comments in the CHANHTUDUY it should be selfless and by that one gets happiness , purity, and tranquility to confront with the eight worldly winds which is of paramount importance in Buddha’s teachings .! On the contrary  some desciples write with  some psychological background like ‘ Egoism’  or ‘ inferiority complex’ which is not correct. In the sense  they write with an air of Ego that they are highly educated and they know everything or  with inferiority complex not write comments at all and only read and keep quiet ! Both are not correct.

    Further, Guruji  advises  in this article  how a comment should be ? While writing a comment, it is the attitude and respect to the Guru  is very important and not the length of the comments  or comments written with ” egoism ” ! Or  with high Educational degrees they possess. Guruji highly  stresses that comments are the quickest way to get the optimal means of  collecting merits which the Guruji has experienced and guidance given in the same way to the desciples. !

    Guruji  regrets his desciples are not following his guidance except for a few desciples. In great desperation Guruji warns his disciples who  do not write  comments and be satisfied with reading only  and who do not follow his instructions and guidance that He will take back their accounts and Dharma name back given to them ,least caring for them, and says not to repent afterwards like reaching the platform after the train has left to its destination.!

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

    Long live our beloved Guruji for upholding Dharma.

    Dr C H Lakshminarayan.

     

  2. Tantra Upatissa says:
    Dear Guru thanks for sharing this information.

    I pray all disciples may get wisdom by reading dharma articles and put a comment on them expressing their opinion, feedback and gratitude to Guru.

    May Guru be protected and get enlightened.

    May all beings be free from suffering and get enlightened.

    Om Mani Padme Hum..( )..

    • Mật Diệu Hằng says:
      Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con xin phép dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Upatissa sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã cho con được đọc bài viêt này.

      Con cầu nguyện tất cả huynh đệ được khai tuệ bằng cách đọc bài viết của Thầy và viết comment để nêu ý kiến, phản hồi , đồng thời thể hiện là người biết ơn và biết trả ơn Thầy.

      Con cầu nguyện Thầy trường thọ, thân tâm an tịnh.

      Cầu nguyện tất cả chúng sanh đoạn trừ đau khổ và đạt được giác ngộ.

      Om Mani Padme Hum.”

  3. Tantra Amishuta says:
    Dear holy guru,

    I thank you for the information in this article. I often ponder how to comment to be sure you understand how i feel because of the language barrier since you need things translated. I am thankful for your teachings and try to comment honestly. Some comments are long while others are a simple thank you. I hope that’s ok. May you be well for sales of all sentient beings. Om Mani padme hum. May all sentient beings find the path to enlightenment and may you continue to lead us there

    • Mật Diệu Hằng says:
      Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con xin phép dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Amishuta sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý!

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã giúp con khắc phục những tâm lý trở ngại trong sư comment thông qua bài viết này. Con thường băn khoăn không biết nên comment thế nào để diễn tả được sự hiểu của con bởi vì với người học nước ngoài như con còn có rào cản về ngôn ngữ. 

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy vì đã dạy con cách comment và con sẽ comment chân thành, trung thực. Con nghĩ, những comment dài không mang màu sắc bản ngã mà là cách học trò thể hiện sự cảm ơn đến Thầy, thì cũng không vấn đề gì ạ.

      Con cầu nguyện Thầy khỏe mạnh, trụ thế lâu dài  vì sự lợi lạc của tất cả chúng sanh.

      Cầu nguyện tất cả chúng sanh được bước đi trên đạo lộ giải thoát.

      Con cầu nguyện Thầy để tâm, dạy dỗ chúng con trên đạo lộ giải thoát.

      Om Mani Padme Hum.”

  4. Tantra Mikaya says:
    Dear holy guru. Thank you for your article and the reminder to practice the Dharma seriously. It’s not the cat setting among the pigeons. This is truly not a Buddhist thought and not worth the effort. We disciples should practice earnestly and give serious thought and comment on your wise articles because only then can we achieve our goal and you judge the holy guru to our knowledge. For comments that have no real content or are characterized by egoism are neither instructive nor helpful. You holy guru say that it’s easy to just write a comment. But I can say from my own practice that it costs me a lot of thought as well as translations and also time to comment on your articles. I read consciously and calmly and also need the help of the translation. I appreciate your time and kindness with which you teach us. The comments should be selfless and the bodhicitta our main idea. We can only achieve enlightenment as we practice and evolve and acquire knowledge through your articles and the right methodology. I will try to find the right words in my comments. My respect and devotion goes to the Triple Gem. may our guru live long. May all beings achieve the happiness of Buddha’s nature. Om Mani Padme Hum
  5. Tantra Mahavita says:
    Estimado Santo Guru : Agradecimiento enorme por compartir sus articulos en el recordatorio del Dharma . La barrera del idioma , a veces dificulta , su comprension . Pero trato de comentar con honestidad . Aprecio su tiempo y amabilidad con la que enseña . La Bodhichita es nuestra idea principal .Solo podemos lograr la Iluminacion a medida que practicamos, evolucionamos y adquirimos conocimiento a traves de sus articulos y metodologias correctas. Mi respeto y Devocion van para la Triple Joya y para el Guru. Que el Guru viva muchos años para beneficio de todos los seres sintientes. Que todos los seres sensibles disfruten de la felicidad carente de sufrimiento. Puedan ser libres de sufrimiento y de la raiz de sufrimiento . Que habiten en la ecuanimidad , libre de pasion, apego y aversion. Que la preciosa Bodhichita haya nacido en aquellos donde no lo esta . Puede que bodhichita una vez que nazca no dacaiga y se expanda mas y mas . Que el precioso espiritu del despertar nazca en aquellos donde no esta . Que una vez que nazca , no se deteriore y aumente cada vez mas.OM MANI PADME HUM
  6. Mô Phật!

    Pháp đệ hoan hỷ với thiện hạnh của đạo huynh Mật Diệu Hằng trong việc dịch bài viết “Thư gửi các trò 244 : cần khắc phục những trở ngại tâm lý trong sự comments” của vị Thầy sang tiếng Anh. Đệ cầu nguyện nhờ nhân duyên này mà tất cả bạn đọc nước ngoài vượt qua mọi trở ngại, có được niềm cảm hứng thực hành Chánh kiến quang minh tam muội vì lợi lạc của tất cả chúng sanh.

    Cầu nguyện gia đình đạo huynh Mật Diệu Hằng – Mật Nhị Khang vui tu, hanh thông thế sự & thành tựu mọi ước nguyện.

    Cầu nguyện tất cả chúng sanh thành tựu hạnh phúc Phật tánh.

    Om mani padme hum.

  7. Dear Holy Guru,

    Thanks for your enlightened article.

    I asked myself why I barely comment.  I was afraid to comment short or simple while others comment long with so many ideas and thoughts. Psychological barriers put chains around the brave to comment. But now I understand that no matter the comment is short or long, the matter that I do it. Comment is not only the comment, comment is a proof that we conquer ourselves and it is the first and greatest victory as Buddha’s teaching, comment is also proved that disciples obey to Guru’s teaching.It really unlock my foolish mind.

    May you and your consort good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    May all beings achieve the happiness of Buddha’s nature.

    Om Mani Padme Hum!

  8. Tantra Amishuta says:
    Dear Holy Guru,

    Thank you for this lesson. I am just starting to read more than one article a day due to the desire to learn more from you. I am guilty of having an inferior complex and sometimes worry that I have not written the right comment. I am doing better though. As I struggle with selflessness that too is getting better. I wanted to share that as I continue to practice Buddhism I am steadily getting better. My mental health, as you know, was not good. It’s steadily been getting better. I thank you and Buddha for this. Your lessons are bringing good Karma and merit to me and I appreciate the opportunity to learn from you. May you be well for your sake and the sake off all sentient beings and may we, your deciples, continue the path of enlightenment by your guidance.  Om Mani Padme Hum

    • Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Amishuta sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý!

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy vì những lời dạy của Thầy trong bài viết này. Lúc đầu, con lên kế hoạch đọc và viết comment nhiều hơn 1 bài 1 ngày để được học nhiều hơn từ những bài viết của Thầy. Nhưng bản thân con cảm thấy mặc cảm và lo lắng rằng con viết comment chưa đúng. Đọc bài viết của Thầy con không còn mặc cảm nữa và viết comment dễ dàng hơn. Bởi vì con đã thực hiện được “vô ngã” thông qua việc viết comment nên mọi việc sẽ trở nên dễ dàng. Con hoan hỷ khi thấy được rằng khi con tinh tấn thực hành pháp thì cuộc sống của con dần dần tốt lên. Ngay cả căn bệnh căng thẳng thần kinh của con cũng dần cải thiện. Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy và đức Phật đã ban cho con điều tốt đẹp này. Đọc bài viết của Thầy và comment giúp con chuyển nghiệp và giúp con có được cơ hội tích tập công đức và con trân quý cơ hội được học từ Thầy.

      Con cầu nguyện cho sức khỏe và sự trường thọ của Thầy vì sự lợi lạc của tất cả chúng sanh.

      Con cầu nguyện bản thân chúng con, học trò của Thầy được theo chân Thầy từ đây cho đến khi đạt giác ngộ tối thượng.

      Om Mani Padme Hum.”

  9. Dear holy Guru!

    I am delighted to read your article. It’s hard for me to write comments in English but I will try to do day by day. Because after reading this article, I understand that, when I comment, I am practicing selflessness and facing with the eight worldly winds (gain-loss, praise-blame, fame-shame, pleasure-pain). And I can get merit by sharing the opinions on the Dharma and comment after reading is consider to repay the Guru’s kindness.

    Thank you so from the bottom of my heart for your teaching.

    May you and your consort have a good health and live long for the sake of all sentient beings.

    I rejoice in Mat Dieu Hang’s translation and may her get all legitimate wishes and achieve the joy that arises on the path to enlightenment.

    May all beings free from suffering and its causes;

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

  10. Steve Rogers says:
    Dear Holy Guru

    I am Tantra Haramitra

    I thank you for your teaching. I leave comments so that I think about what you have taught and place your teachings into my life.

    i also find it important to leave a personal message for you, my Guru, to thank you and to show I am learning from your words.

    May the holy Guru have good health and live long for the benefit of all sentient beings. May all sentient beings achieve the happiness of Buddha ‘s nature.

    thank you Holy Guru

    om mani padme hum

    • Kính bạch Thầy! 

      Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Haramitra (Steve Rogers)  sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý! 

      Con là Tantra Haramitra. 

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã chỉ dạy.  Con viết comment sau mỗi bài đọc để con ghi nhớ những điều Thầy dạy con trong bài viết và ứng dụng những lời Thầy dạy vào cuộc sống của con. 

      Con cũng hiểu rằng việc comment là điều quan trọng nên làm để bày tỏ lòng biết ơn của con đối với vị Thầy tôn quý,  và đó cũng là cách tuân lời vị Thầy. 

      Con cầu nguyện Thầy tôn quý khỏe mạnh và trường thọ vì sự lợi lạc của tất chúng sanh. 

      Cầu nguyện tất cả chúng sanh thành tựu hạnh phúc của Phật tánh. 

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy tôn quý! 

      Om Mani Padme Hum”

  11. Sonam Tshering says:
    Dear Holy Guru,

    Thank you so much for educating us on making comments. This article gave me confidence and energy to express my gratitude in a short comment.

    Long Live Guru.

    Om Mani Padme Hum

  12. Gautam Sandesh-yan varman says:
    Dear holy guru,

    Thanks for this article, yes right view as you mentioned in article is correct which leads to wisdom. Right view is the entering gate of the Buddha’s teachings.

    Namo buddhay jai bhim..

    May the Holy triple gems bless you always..

    • Nguyên Thành says:

      I like your comment!

      • Gautam Sandesh-yan varman says:
        Thank you dear guru, the Buddha dhamma Sangha bless you always..
    • Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con xin phép dịch comment của bạn đọc Gautam Sandesh- yan varman sang tiếng Việt như sau ạ:

      “Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã cho con được đọc bài viết này. Con hiểu rằng chánh kiến mà Thầy đã giảng trong bài viết chính xác và là nền tảng của trí tuệ Phật đà. Chánh kiến là cánh cửa mở ra giúp Phật tử học được giáo lý của đức Thế Tôn.

      Con cầu nguyện Tam bảo luôn hộ trì cho Thầy.”

  13. Bishnu Prasad Das says:

    Respected Guru Ji,

                          Excellent topic regarding comments…..truly speaking you have judged the   psychology  of disciples and classified them in three categories.

                      I agreed with you and there is a special category  of disciples are among us  …they called as Lazy people ( I am one of them)…..they don’t get time from their lazy schedule.  When we read the article our mind immidietly  receives the good / bad both and our  mind reacts and judges the facts.  If it is serious matter we recall several times about that fact. To react in positive  sense and share our feelings among all including Guru Ji is only the right way to send reply or comments as you say. Learners are always learners till death….because there is no ending of learning…one can not challenged that he/she is the best and knows everything. I am a senior citizen and my age is approaching 64 yrs and my experience says, I am still a learner not a complete man.

                    Our positive attitude and respect towards  others will made us perfect learner…..Never underestimate any one as we are not God or create  this world.  Our Dharma and our right Guru  can lead us for a better peaceful life. Lord Buddha and Tantra / dharma is really made for us to follow and implement in our day to day life. Live and Let Live with peace.

    I have no idea about the deep meaning of Dharma…I just follow it as a learner. Sorry if any mistake.

    With Regards,

    Om Mani Padme Hum.

    Bishnu Prasad Das,

    India.

  14. Tantra Citta says:

    Dear Holy Guru,

    Merit-making is seen as crucial to the success of meditation practice, creating a fertile field in which to plant the seeds of wisdom. Indeed, merit and wisdom go hand in hand on the Buddhist path. It is impossible to attain buddhahood or to realize fully the truth of emptiness without completing the two accumulations of merit and wisdom. In Buddhism, when making an offering, what one gives is less important than the attitude with which one gives it. A mandala offering can be given with a handful of rice, but one imagines that to be all the finery in the Universe. Guru devotion is very important for all students and disciples of Song Nguyen Tantra House and for all sentient beings alike. Because a buddha cannot happen without a guru, we must hold the guru as more precious than the buddhas. By serving our esteemed Master we can purify many eons of negative karma and develop higher realizations such as a direct perception of emptiness. If we know the Dharma, we can enjoy our life. And especially if we practice bodhicitta – that is the real enjoyment in life : to make it most beneficial for sentient beings and for ourselves. To all my fellow students and disciples at Song Nguyen Tantra House, let us have firm devotion, enjoy meditation and like virtue, very much. Commenting on the Guru’s articles is also one beautiful and important quality and action that disciples should adhere to. My supreme blessings to Holy Guru and consort and may we all be blessed to enter the holy gateway of the fortunate one’s : the supreme vajra vehicle. Om Mani Padme Hum 🙂 Tantra Citta (Jeffrey Bernard Forest). Gate gate paragate parasangate bodhi svaha! ❤️

  15. Mật Kính says:

    Dear Holy Guru,
    Thanks you a lot for this article. Your article remind me and all your disciples the important of comment and serious thinking about comment, even a short sentence of comment is the way to collect the merit. And we so lucky to have this chanhtuduy.com website, the best way to practices and have the merit each day and can achieve enlightment .Therefore we need to overcome the difficulty in comment and this is one way to obey to Guru teaching.
    May Guru and his consort have the good health amd live long for the sake of all sentient being.
    May all sentient being achieve the happniess of Buddha nature.
    Om Ah Hum

  16. Tantra Mahadeva says:

    Dear holy guru

    we are grateful that we can comment and learn through these articles. Sharing dharma is of great benefit to the ones around the world who are not located near temples. Online medium of sharing dharma can help many people to clarify their doubts and learn from  the wisdom of great teachers.

    Thank you for your constant guidance

    Om Mani Padme Hum

    • Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Mahadeva sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý!

      Chúng con thật ơn phước và biết ơn Thầy vì Thầy đã cho chúng con cơ hội được đọc và comment những bài viết trên trang nhà, đồng thời chúng con được học nhiều điều quý báu  từ những bài viết này.

      Con hiểu rằng chia sẻ pháp thông qua comment mang lại lợi lạc cho mình và hữu tình khắp nơi trên thế giới, đặc biệt là những hữu tình sống ở những nơi xa tăng đoàn và chùa. Việc chia sẻ pháp trực tuyến sẽ giúp nhiều được giải nghi và giúp họ được học Phật pháp từ những bài viết trí tuệ của vị Thầy chân chính.

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy đã nhiệt tâm, kiên nhẫn chỉ dạy chúng con.

      Om Mani Padme Hum.”

    • Nguyên Thành says:

      Good thinking. Be overcome psychological barriers to keep up commenting. I like reading your comment.

  17. Salvatore Antonio Fois says:

    Venerebol Guru.

    My name is tantra siramitra.

    Yes, it is important to have a response in an article, or a comment, but olso it is nice to express the gratitude, of the effort in which  the venerebol Guru as taken to send the message across!! After all it as been done to improve our knowledge, our practice, and our merit!!

    Thank you.

    OM MANI PEDME HUM……

    • Kính bạch Thầy! 

      Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Siramitra (Salvatore Antonio Fois) sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý! 

      Con là Tantra Siramitra. 

      Con hiểu rằng việc comment sau khi đọc bài là rất quan trọng,  điều này cũng là cách thể hiện sự biết ơn của học trò đối với sự nỗ lực của Thầy tôn quý đã viết bài và ban giáo huấn.  Và thông qua việc viết comment,  chúng con có được tri kiến Phật đà, được thực hành pháp và tích tập công đức. 

      Con cảm tạ ơn Thầy! 

      Om Mani Padme Hum. “

  18. Navin Kumar says:

    Dear holly Guru,

    Good. Thinking be overcome psychological barriers to keep up commenting.

    Navin Kumar

    India

  19. Boying Baguio says:

    Dear Holy Guru,

    My greetings to you and to all our brothers and sisters in chanhtuduy.

    Such a wonderful reminder for all of us to know how and what is the appropriate way of responding and giving comments for each article. I happened to write long ones, some are short that are just an expression of gratitude for lessons that I learned. I had been in chanhtuduy for a few months now. Though there are uncertain moments wherein I could hardly connect to internet due to my distance from the city or sometimes the weather that makes the connection difficult. All the comments that I have sent are my inner thoughts and I’d been so grateful having been in here to learn and to be a truly expressive of what I can have. By reading I certainly embrace deeper the essence if Buddhism although I am still a novice and I know there are so more to go through before I can say that I am fully learned. You’re teachings has been a great help for my transition from my previous belief. Thank you very much.

    My prayers for your good health and patience in continuing your guidance to us learners.

    Om Mani Padme Hum

    I am Tantra Maruta, from the Philippines

     

    • Mật Diệu Hằng says:
      Kính bạch Thầy!

      Con xin phép được dịch comment của đạo hữu Tantra Maruta sang tiếng Việt như sau:

      “Kính bạch Thầy tâm linh tôn quý!

      Con xin được thỉnh an Thầy.

      Con gửi lời chào đến các đạo huynh, đạo hữu trên chanhtuduy.com.

      Bài viết của Thầy nhắc nhở chúng con nên viết comment như thế nào cho đúng pháp sau khi đọc các bài viết trên trang nhà. Con viết comment có lúc dài, có khi  ngắn và con luôn cảm thấy biết ơn Thầy vì những bài học con học được trong mỗi bài viết của Thầy. Con được tiếp cận với trang chanhtuduy.com được một vài tháng và đôi khi cho đường truyền internet không ổn định, do thời tiết xấu nên con không vào được trang nhà để đọc bài và viết comment. Tất cả những gì con viết trong comment là suy nghĩ của con sau khi đọc bài viết của Thầy và con rất biết ơn Thầy vì đã cho con cơ hội được học những bài học từ vài biết của Thầy cũng như được viết ra những suy nghĩ thật của mình. Thông qua việc đọc bài, con hiểu được những điều tinh yếu của đạo Phật mặc dù con là người mới học, và con hiểu rằng con cần học nhiều hơn nữa. Những lời dạy của Thầy trong các bài viết đã giúp con có được sự chuyển hóa lớn và có được niềm tin vào đạo Phật. Con chân thành cảm tạ ơn Thầy.

      Con cầu nguyện cho sức khỏe và sự trường thọ của Thầy để hướng dẫn chúng con trên hành trình này.

      Om Mani Padme Hum.

      Con – Tantra Maruta , đến từ Phillipines.”

  20. Elana Dower says:

    Dearest Guru

    I am saddened to read that there are people who spoke against you in this way. I believe that when someone says something bad about someone else it shows more about them then the person they are talking about. And such people are easy to identify if one has an open mind and heart. I am new to this site but so far I see that they people who comment respect and love you and not much could sway their feelings. So if there are some that wish to live in a state of negativity and choose bad karma that is the right to choose and they are choosing to be on the outside of the circle of love you have created here. May they find they’re way to right thinking and enlightenment one day.

    Thank you for being such a devoted and loving teacher. You are appreciated greatly.

    and Thank you Mat Diệu Hằng  for helping me understand this letter.

    om mani padme hum.

     

     

     

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