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His teachings also paved the way for sentient beings to absolute enlightenment. This is a very precious thing, nothing in the world can exchange it.

Buddha appeared, He opened everything, saw everything (all activities of life, the metaphysical world, the realms in the universe) and taught us the way of truth, making us religious. Dharma, have faith but never be superstitious. Buddhism when it comes to morality is the ultimate morality, limitless and boundless; but when it comes to perception, it’s extremely thorough understanding of everything. In addition, his teachings also pave the way for sentient beings to enlightenment enlightenment absolute. This is a very precious thing, nothing in the world can exchange it.

Indeed, without knowing the religion, we live selfishly, forever losing, for personal gain. Because of running after trivial things, our souls are always stressed and suffering. Only when we have a religion can we see all our mistakes, and begin to let go, work hard to study, dedicate, serve, and love people. At this time, we see that life is really happy and meaningful.

Buddha: He has revealed the ignorance of mankind with the light of truth

Buddha appeared, opened the path to enlightenment, raised us to the ultimate Saint.

Everyone in Buddhism is equal, knows how to yield, cooperate, help each other, and enthusiastically dedicate themselves to serving. Not only in the temple, but this spirit is also brought back to life by everyone, bringing happiness and benefits to the community and we also find joy ourselves. This is what is called a good life. The more tolerant and patient we are, the happier we are.

The Buddha explained accurately and thoroughly the problems between real life and the metaphysical world. Buddha appeared, opened the path to enlightenment, raised us to the ultimate Saint. It can be affirmed that the teachings of Buddhism are a precious treasure, so we have a responsibility to protect the true Dharma and never let Buddhism disappear in this world.

How can we save a few dozen people, a few hundred people in each life so that they can understand and practice the teachings of the Buddha better than we do? As a disciple of the Buddha, if we let Buddhism disappear, we are a sinner. As long as there are humans and life on earth, the Buddhadharma must still exist and bring light to this world.

TT. Like Chan Quang

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