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Practicing Goodness to Accumulate Virtue

Practicing Goodness to Accumulate Virtue [Master's Teachings]
Throughout my life, I have always had three daily prayers. First, I pray not for a healthy body, but for a clear mind. As the years pass, our bodies undergo aging and finally death, but our wisdom-life is everlasting. If we do not quickly develop our wisdom-life and strengthen our aspirations, then our wisdom will not grow. Thus, I do not ask for good health, but for a mind of clarity and wisdom, without discursive thoughts. This is my first prayer.Read more...
 

Wisdom and Compassion

Wisdom and Compassion [ Master's Teachings ]
In Tzu Chi, every day we walk the path of compassion. Motiva... Read more...

The Bodhisattva Practice of Patient Endurance

The Bodhisattva Practice of Patient Endurance [ Master's Teachings ]
Practicing the bodhisattva way, one of the most important qu... Read more...

The Way to Enjoy Life

The Way to Enjoy Life [ Master's Teachings ]
In mid-July, four months after the great earthquake jolted J... Read more...

The Robe of Gentleness and Forbearance

The Robe of Gentleness and Forbearance [ Master's Teachings ] In the Lotus Sutra, there is a passage that describes the wa... Read more...
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