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Through the Sutra of Sentient beings, those who learn the Buddha’s teachings want to have peace of mind, they must be determined to give up love.

The concept of sentient beings is taught by the Buddha in the Vajra Paramita Sutra as follows: “There are all kinds of beings, either born from eggs, or born from pregnancy, or born from moisture, or from transforms, or has form, or has no form, or is sentient, or has no perception, or is neither perceptive nor without perception.” ([1]s

Necessary disadvantage of sentient beings species. Weak ovum birth, weak pregnancy, low birth weakness, weak chemical birth, weak form, weak formless, weak form, weak formless, weak non-formal, non-signless).

That is the teaching of the Buddha, about the origin of sentient beings. So sentient beings must learn how to gain the wisdom of the enlightened one and have a peaceful life every moment, please read and learn the teachings of the Buddha’s Sutra on Beings (Journal of A Ham, volume 6, number 122 , 第6卷,一二二,[2]).

Through the Sutra of Sentient beings, those who learn the Buddha’s teachings want to have peace of mind, they must be determined to give up love.

The content of the Sutra of sentient beings is as follows:

“Once the Buddha was staying at Mount Mara. At that time, a monk attendant named La Da said to the Buddha: World-Honored One, why is it called a living being? So what are sentient beings? The Buddha taught La Da: In a place of form that is constantly intoxicated, therefore called a living being. In the place where feeling, perception, action, and consciousness are constantly intoxicated, they are called living beings.

Sac (色) is external beauty. Charming, enchanting color. Beings always have a wrong view of form, so they are deluded. With form, sentient beings always seek to keep and embrace them as their own.

Likewise, with regard to feelings, perceptions, actions, and consciousness, sentient beings always seek to keep and embrace them as their own. Making sentient beings, pre-infected forever.

In contrast to sentient beings, the noble disciple is unaffected by form feeling, perception, mental formations, and consciousness. Because of them, having wisdom, they know that craving is something that causes them suffering and must be separated and let go.

The following passage of scripture Buddha taught How sentient beings must think and practice so as not to be infected constantly:

Buddha taught La Da: I say, in the realm of form, let’s destroy, destroy. In the realm of feeling, perception, mental formations, consciousness destroys, destroys, and terminates craving. All love is suffering. Suffering is the end, I say it is the release from suffering.

Ai (愛) here must be understood as craving. Because craving is craving, craving, causing suffering. The object of craving is form. The Buddha said: “Whoever is fond of form, is also fond of suffering. If you love suffering, you won’t be liberated from it, you won’t know it, you won’t be separated from it.

In the same way, with regard to feelings, perceptions, mental formations, and consciousness, which one loves, one also loves suffering. Those who love suffering cannot be liberated from suffering (於色愛喜者,則於苦愛喜;於苦愛喜者,則於苦不得解脫、不明、不離欲。如是受、想、行、識 愛喜者 , 則 愛 喜苦 , 喜苦 , 則 則 於 不 得 解脫[3]- The false love of happiness, the suffering of love and joy, the false happiness of suffering, the suffering of not being liberated, the ignorance, the non-separation of sex. Such as the perception of false love and happiness, false love of joy and suffering, false happiness and unhappiness, and liberation from suffering).

In the scriptures, the Buddha gave an example for sentient beings to have right view, right thought, practice the cessation, cessation, and cessation of craving and overcome suffering.

“Just like in a village, boys and girls play, grouping together to form houses and citadels. Their hearts are in love, infatuated. When the mind’s love hasn’t ended, the desire hasn’t dissipated, the memory hasn’t stopped, and the craving hasn’t dissipated, their mind will always have love, preserve, and say it’s our citadel, our home.

For those piles of earth where the love has disappeared, the desire is no longer, the memory of thinking has been eliminated, the craving has disappeared, the hands are pushed, the feet are kicked, causing them to dissipate.

Likewise, La Da, for form that destroys, destroys; end lust. All love is suffering. Suffering, I say, is the release from suffering.”

Those who have right views, right thoughts, and want to be free from suffering must avoid craving, because the Buddha taught: If a practitioner doesn’t like material things, he doesn’t like suffering either. Those who do not like suffering for suffering, will be liberated from suffering. No joy, no suffering, no joy, no suffering, all suffering attains liberation).

Through the Sutra of Sentient beings, learners Buddha’s teachings If you want your mind to be happy, you must be determined to let go of love. If you don’t make love, you won’t go around and cling to the realm of samsara (permanent pre-infection). If you can stay away from craving, you will no longer have to worry (離 愛 則 無 憂, if you are separated from love, you will have no worries).

With the ability to cut off cravings, Buddhists will inevitably have a peaceful life of an enlightened being.

Namo Buddha Shakyamuni Buddha.

I invite you to reread the entire Sutra of Beings.

Vietnamese version

Sutta 122. Sentient beings

I heard like this:

Once, Buddha was living at Mount Ma Cau La.

At that time a monk attendant named La Da said to the Buddha:

“World-Honored One, why are they called beings? So what are sentient beings?”

Buddha taught Lada:

“In a place of form, which is constantly tainted, is therefore called a being. In the place of feeling, perception, action, and consciousness, which are constantly intoxicated, they are called living beings.”

Buddha taught Lada:

“I say, in the realm of form, destroy, destroy. In the realm of feeling, perception, action, consciousness destroys, destroys; end lust. All love is suffering. End of suffering, I say it is the breaking out of the boundary of suffering.

“Just like in a village, boys and girls play, and the group of land forms houses and streets. Their hearts are in love, infatuated. When the mind’s love hasn’t ended, the desire hasn’t dissipated, the memory hasn’t stopped, and the craving hasn’t been consumed, their mind will always have love, preserve, and say it’s our house, our street.

For those piles of earth, when the love is gone, there is no desire, no memory, no craving, hands push, feet kick, causing it to dissipate. Likewise, La Da, for form that destroys, destroys; end lust. All love is suffering. End of suffering, I say it is the release from the boundary of suffering.”

After the Buddha finished speaking this sutra, what did Bhikkhu La Da hear? Buddha taught, gladly served.

Chinese version

雜阿含經 (一二二) 眾生

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:「世尊!所謂眾生者,云何名為眾生?」

:「於色染著纏綿,名曰眾生;於受、想、行、識染著纏綿,名曰眾生。」

:「我說於色境界當散壞消滅,於受、想、行、識境界當散壞消滅,斷除愛欲,愛盡則苦盡,苦盡者我說作苦邊。譬如:『我城郭,我舍宅。 』若於 彼土聚愛盡 、 、 念盡 、 , , 則 以 手撥足蹴 令 其 消散。 如是 ,! 於 色散壞 愛 , 愛盡故 愛盡故 , , 苦盡 苦盡 苦盡 苦盡」

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Please dedicate the merit to Mrs. Truong Thi Giao, whose French name is Quang Thien to be reborn in the pure land.

Namo Amitabha Buddha.

Namo Buddha Shakyamuni Buddha.

Note:

[1] http://tripitaka.cbeta.org/T08n0235_001-金剛般若波羅蜜經

[2]https://tripitaka.cbeta.org/T02n0099_006-雜阿含經 第6卷,一二二, 眾生- Sutra Fa

[3] https://tripitaka.cbeta.org/T02n0099_006-雜阿含經 6卷, 七- Joyful Sutra

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