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Dear World-Honored One, now I vow to live in this impure world to practice the bodhisattva practice. I vow to make all the impure worlds pure.

Legend has it that, in a long time ago, in the country of the Buddha, his predecessor, Crown Prince Man Do, always devotedly reveres the Three Jewels. Before Lord Buddhahe knelt down to pay homage, uttering the vow:

– Dear World-Honored One, now I vow to live in this impure world to practice bodhisattva practice. I vow to make all the impure worlds pure. If sentient beings have different appearances depending on the place of birth, I also vow to manifest like them, speak their language, do the same occupations as them, and experience the same sufferings and joys as them. to get close to sowing predestined education. Until all sentient beings no longer regress to the Dharma and generate the unsurpassed Bodhi mind, will I attain Perfect Enlightenment.

Appreciate the merits of Bodhisattva Universal Worthy

The Buddha Baozang Tathagata used the Taoist eye to observe the merits of the Crown Prince. The sealer:

– Good luck! O Prince Man Do, because of your infinitely large mind, the Tathagata named you Universal Hien. In the future life, I will make offerings to the Buddhas in boundless lands, teach innumerable sentient beings, and eventually attain Buddhahood, Supreme, Perfect Enlightenment. Tathagata.

As soon as the Tathagata finished speaking, the heavens trembled, God’s music rose, and heavenly flowers spread across the space…

Excerpt from “Saint of Destiny – Great Hanh Universal Virtue”

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