Mar 14, 2019

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Thanh Tri – the 3rd Mind Dharma – THE PRACTICE OF UNINTERRUPTED OFFERING – Part 2: THE SENSE AND ATTITUDE OF MAKING OFFERINGS (Tinh thần và thái độ cúng dường)

Thanh Tri – the 3rd Mind Dharma – THE PRACTICE OF UNINTERRUPTED OFFERING – Part 2: THE SENSE AND ATTITUDE OF MAKING OFFERINGS (Tinh thần và thái độ cúng dường) Thanh Tri – the 3rd Mind Dharma – Part 2: THE SENSE AND ATTITUDE OF MAKING OFFERINGS Among Buddhist stories are many exemplary cases on Dharma request who reverently conducted with their whole body, speech and mind. The sense and attitude of these individuals are great lessons on Renunciation. First story  In his previous life, the Buddha was the prince of a powerful nation. One day, he was informed that a saint would come to expound in the next two days. One day before the saint’s expounding, the prince got lost in the woods and was captured by an evil demon. As the demon was going to burn him alive, the prince cried out loud. The demon mocked him: How can an excellent sword man and a brave pioneer on every battle like you grieve at death? No! I cry not because I’m going to die but regret that I have no chance



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