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At the memorial ceremony for the Venerable Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue, Dharma Master of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha on the morning of October 24, 2021 at Vien Minh Communal House (Hanoi), the Most Venerable Thich Tri Quang, First Deputy Dharma Master, read the memorial first. at the time of the request of the golden mandarin to enter the stupa.

The editorial board would like to introduce the full text of the memorial text of the Lord Dharma Master – Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue, who passed away on October 21, 2021 (September 16, Tan Suu):


– Dear Elders of the Council of Proofs, Venerables, Monks and Nuns of the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha;

– Dear Most Venerable Monks, Venerable Monks, Venerable Monks, Senior Nuns, Nuns;

– Dear guests, representatives of the Party, Government and Vietnam Fatherland Front at all levels;

– Dear fellow Buddhists and the entire People.

Before performing the ceremony to see off the Buddha’s crown, the Dharma master of the stupa, on behalf of the Proving Council, the Executive Council of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha, and all monks, nuns, and Buddhists at home and abroad, we become pay homage to the memory.

Dear White Spirit of the Lord!

In the face of His veneration, all the world’s words of praise are meaningless. However, we would like to borrow your crude words to review your noble deeds to serve as a practice example for the later generations.

For more than a hundred years, he has lit up the hearts of many generations. From the time he entered the Way with his feet, he was diligent in his practice, and the lamp of wisdom became brighter day by day.

He often taught: The big Buddha temple is still not as precious as the teacher – disciple, teacher – student continuity is the lifeline of Buddhism. Since receiving the teachings of the Master, he has directed towards preserving and restoring the place of the Patriarch. Whether in difficult times plowing the land to grow vegetables in agricultural cooperatives, or when he was honored by the Church as the supreme Dharma Lord, he still single-mindedly lived in poverty. In a simple shack, under the roof of an ancient pagoda, even though the weather changed, even though the turn of events, he was still serious in the way of escaping the world: Reciting rosary in his hand, reciting Nam-mo in his mouth. The golden verse of the Buddha Patriarch’s Three Classics, the Buddha’s recitation of the Buddha’s name have become the breath of the Church, transmitting the network of the Buddha’s teachings. He has quietly kept the lamp of wisdom of the Tathagata, which was passed on by the Patriarch. When he was old and weak, his disciples asked him for peace, he all taught: One-pointedly reciting the Buddha’s name. His teachings of body and speech have lit up the faith of the Dharma for many Buddhists. In particular, before giving up the illusory body, worrying about the discipline of the Church, you kindly instructed us to establish a Council of Rulers. We have fulfilled Your Highness’s noble wish. That is the priceless legacy he left for the Vietnamese Buddhist Church today and forever.

We think that only the following words can fully praise your noble deeds: THIEN HA HUU DAT TON TAM: THE BEST, THE BEST, THE BEST. Meaning: His virtuous life achieved three things that everyone in the world bows to: HIGHEST HIT, LONGEST AGE, BEST GENUINE.

Now, in the moment of farewell, before the altar of incense and incense, the entire Proving Council, the Governing Council, all of us monks, nuns and Buddhists, we respectfully light incense sticks to make offerings. His Spirit. Praying to Giac Linh, the Dharma Lord, who is immortal and vows to have the power to reproduce the flower talk, to develop the golden and glorious way of the Thich family.

We vow to carry out His Holiness’s will to build and develop the house of the Buddhist Church of Vietnam which is increasingly flourishing and dignified in the hearts of the nation.

Admiring Giac Linh Duc The Most Venerable Phap Master Loyalty from the witness.

Namo Vietnam Buddhist Church Proves to the Council of the Third Dharma Master, Maha Sa-Mon Bhikkhu, Bodhisattva of the Dharma Precepts Thich Pho Tue, Daoist PHUONG AUTHOR .



Memorial ceremony in memory of the Most Venerable Thich Pho Tue


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