Tag: Buddhist fairy tales

Posted on: December 2, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

One person gives birth to many fruits

Sow one, reap ten, sow ten, reap a hundred, sow a hundred and reap a thousand. Through the merit of giving away this bowl of rice, the donor will receive immeasurable blessings. One day the Blessed One, carrying a bowl and robe, went to her house for alms. When her husband was away, she brought food to offer to the Blessed One, and then bowed down at the Blessed One’s…

Posted on: November 23, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Why did the Buddha enter the womb in the form of a white elephant?

Elephants are inherently a very special animal, once trained, they are especially obedient and loyal to their owners. The fact that Buddha entered the womb under the image of a white six-tusk elephant represents the power of compassion and wisdom. The six tusks represent the six realms of overcoming all obstacles, evil spirits, thereby promoting the perfect perfections of generosity, morality, patience, diligence, meditation, and wisdom. On a full moon…

Posted on: November 20, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Experiencing Buddha’s Youth

A year begins in spring, a life begins in youth. Youth is the age with the most powerful force to be able to make a career for a lifetime. The Buddha himself, he escaped from the golden prison “at a young age, with jet-black hair, with a youthful youth full of vigor” A year begins in spring, a life begins in youth. Youth is the age with the most powerful…

Posted on: October 26, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The dog who listens to the sermon is sowed with good causes in the next life to attain enlightenment

During the time of the Buddha, there was a young monk who sang very well. When he was in the same place with other bhikkhus, he was often arrogant, conceited, his voice was pure and clear, and found himself extraordinary and outstanding. Illustration. Buddhist Fairy Tales: One Word of Evil, One Hundred Years of Suffering There was an elderly bhikkhu, whose voice was hoarse and not good at chanting, was…

Posted on: August 2, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

One word of malice, one hundred years of suffering

There is an old saying that “Evil retribution for evil, good for good return”, just a bad word can cause people to suffer retribution. The following Buddhist story about oral karma will make you more careful in your words. Illustration. There was a person who left home from the teachings of the Tathagata, or practiced meditation. Once, he went to a small village and stayed overnight at a temple. The…

Posted on: May 21, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Dare to sweep the Buddha tower

At that time, the Buddha was near the city of Vajrasattva, in the monastery of Truc Lam. King Qinba-sala greatly admired the Buddhadharma, three times a day, together with his officials, came to worship the Buddha. Buddhist Fairy Tales: Greed and Fallen Ghouls Later, the king grew old and weak every day, his body was tired and he could not come to worship the Buddha every day. The officials immediately…

Posted on: May 21, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Greedy hungry ghosts

The Buddha again said to Moggallana: “The old bourgeois wife who once maliciously starved that monk, is now the hungry ghost you met. Therefore, you bhikkhus should practice generosity, not be greedy and stingy.” Buddhist fairy tale: A baby offering flowers In Buddhism, it is said that the three paths of suffering are hell, hungry ghosts, and animals. Illustration. At that time, the Buddha was in the city of Vajrasattva,…