Aug 21, 2018

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“THREE KINDS OF PURE MEAT” (Đôi điều tự bạch về “Tam tịnh nhục”)

“THREE KINDS OF PURE MEAT” Reverend Guru, I bow to the lotus feet of the Guru for your compassion with the article on “Mundane Party with Dharma Taste”. After recent Dharma trip, once again you have reasoned more profoundly on the issue of vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets of Buddhist practitioners. Relying on the Guru’s wisdom, I would like to express some viewpoints on this issue.  In the past, I used to be wonder about vegetarianism mentioned in  Shurangama Sutra, Mahaparnivarna Sutra,… for whether or not it contradicts the conception on “be simple with food” (i.e eat whatever is given without preference and choice) in other practices that were also taught by the Buddha? But if we look a little closer, there seems exist “contradiction” among Buddhist texts. At his first sermon, the Buddha taught about Four Noble Truths which include Dukkha (the truth of suffering), Samudaya (the truth of the



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