Last November 5, in the elegant space of the Media room of the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Hanoi, the unique Tan Van Van was released with frugal teapots. The book titled ‘Pain is just an illusion’ was written by author Nguyet Anh Trung Thanh – nun Thich Nu Huu Hieu.
This is the first book of nun Huu Hieu, which has been cherished for a long time, so far it has been predestined to introduce to friends and readers everywhere. To congratulate the author in the launching ceremony, there were many monks and nuns from the training blocks of the Vietnam Buddhist Academy in Hanoi.
Desire is suffering
“When we hold a book in our hands, we all have different feelings, this difference is the interesting thing, the beauty of the content of the book that the author wants to convey to us. That means we can all see glimpses of our lives, our emotions in each page of the book. Read this little book and you’ll find something interesting – it’s all around us, not something that’s hard to find. It is difficult to have a complete introduction than the feelings of readers when reading the book Pain is just an illusion by author Nguyet Anh Trung Thanh. Because our perception of life, even our pain perception, is different. In this little book, the pain of the characters is very gentle because of their own miraculous transformation.” – Quote from the introduction of Master, Lecturer in Sociology and Counseling Psychologist Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong.
“Happiness is not something that comes naturally, nor is it based on sweat or tears that can be measured… The obvious truth that few people expect is the feeling, sipping at the present moment. . Even though adversity is right in front of us, if we accept it with a smile, it is also a premise for us to see HAPPINESS….” – quote Pain is just an illusion. The book will bring readers to meet the story of the hero who bravely fights the pain, and finds his true self when going through the despair, leaving behind the storms of worldly life. .
Self-grasping is the source of suffering
Please read this book and sit down by the teapot in the chilly weather, flipping through the pages like listening to the mind of an old friend…
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