Tag: Buddhist Stories

Posted on: October 14, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

The tea master and the murderer

A Japanese warrior named Taiko who lived before the Tokugawa era studied the Tea Ceremony (Cha-no-yu), or tea ceremony, with Sen no Rikyu, a master of the art of subtle expression of equanimity. this serenity and self-satisfaction. Illustration. Buddhist fairy tales: Nembutsu for hire Another warrior under Taiko named Kato thought his leader’s passion for the Tea ceremony was a distraction from his duty to the country, so he decided…

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

Meditation in beggar life

Tosui was a prominent Zen master at that time. He lived in many monasteries and taught in many places. When he stayed at the last temple, there were so many followers that he had to announce to them that he would stop teaching. He advised them to disperse and go wherever they wanted. Since then, no trace of him has been found. Three years later, one of his disciples found…

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

Human life in one word

Once upon a time, there was a king. Like so many other kings in fairy tales, our king owns a brocade kingdom, has a crowd of talented courtiers and countless exemplary subjects. It is worth mentioning that the king is very wise, seeing far and wide, worthy of being an example for all other kings to follow. One can prove it by a decree of the king when he first…

Posted on: July 27, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Tears of the crane fairy, the end for the ungrateful

There was a young man who inherited a great fortune from his late father. However, he is extremely lazy, does not worry about doing business, but just lies and enjoys all day. Therefore, soon the wealth and money in the house was completely consumed, and he even fell into a pile of debt. Too desperate, the boy wanted to find death to end his life. He went to the lake…

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

The price of anger

An old woman with a scowl, often gets angry over petty things, moreover, every time she gets angry or uses cruel words, she accidentally hurts many people, so she communicates with Neighbors and friends are not harmonious. She also knows her own shortcomings, and wants to correct them. But when she got angry, she herself could not control her mind. When people get angry, they often lose control of their…

Posted on: July 1, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Buddhist Story: Doing evil meets evil

During the Song Dynasty, in Son Tay district of Dai Dong province, there was a courier named Ngo Nhan Hung. His responsibility was to ride horses through the districts to send dispatches. Once on the way through a province in the north, he stopped at a sentry station. Those who want to know how good or bad they are, should ask themselves. Because the guard did not treat him well,…

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

Attachment means tying yourself up

Once upon a time, there was a monk who raised a pupil in a temple. This guy doesn’t know the rules. The Buddha once stated that, those who can get rid of “obstinate views, difficult to practice equanimity”, knowledge will be gradually reduced. Buddhist Story: Never take wealth that belongs to others One day, there was an old monk walking to the temple, teaching him to be polite. In the…

Posted on: June 22, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Never take possessions that belong to others

In the Ming Dynasty there was a rich man named Tu Chi, who lived near a man named Tu Bat. Seeing that Tu Bat’s house was big and beautiful, Tu Tri tried everything to get it. People often have a disease of dependence and because of greed and selfishness, everyone wants to get more for themselves. However, Tu Bat has no intention of selling the house. Tu Tri lured Tu…

Posted on: June 14, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Pick up diamonds in the mud

Zen master Gudo was the teacher of the Emperor. Even so, he often traveled alone as a wandering beggar. Buddhist story: Give money to listen to the Dharma One day on his way to Edo, the political and cultural center of Japan at that time, Gudo approached a small village called Takenada. It was dark and it was raining heavily. Gudo was soaking wet. His straw sandals were broken. Arriving…

Posted on: June 10, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Give money to listen to Dharma

The bourgeois Alone had a grown-up son who was greedy for play, gambling, and knew nothing about the Buddhadharma. Illustration. Mr. Loneliness immediately used the means to bring his son into the religion. One day, he asked his son to say, “I’m busy with work today, I’ll go listen to the Dharma instead, I’ll give you 100,000 dong.” The son did not want to listen to the Dharma, but wanted…