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Impersonality

The term Impersonality is recognized by Buddhist as one of the Three Clear Conceptions or Threefold knowledge [Chin.: sānmíngzhì 三明智 | Sansk.: त्रिविद्या trividyā]; namely Impermanence – meaning that all is impermanent [Chin.: wúcháng 无常 | Sansk.: अनित्य Anitya], Suffering – meaning all is sorrowful [Chin.: kǔ 苦 | Sansk.: दुःख duḥkha) and Not-Self - meaning all is devoid of a self [Chin.: wúwǒ 无我 | Sansk.: अनात्मन् anātman]. This is an important part of the Buddhist teachings and it is part of what we might call the doctrinal…

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Karma

When people are happy and glad, take life for granted. Whereas when they suffer, when they encounter difficulties, they seek the reason for this and the way out of their difficulty. They may wonder why some people are born in poverty and misery, while others are born in favorable conditions. Some people believe that this is due to fate, chance, or an invisible force beyond their control. They feel that they are not able to live the life they wanted, in order to always experience happiness. Therefore, they come into…

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Vesak

Vesak also known as Buddha Day is the holiest day in Buddhism and a season of special holy significance to all Buddhists around the world. Vesak Full Moon is the holiest of all the full moon days. On this day are celebrated the birth, the Enlightenment, and the death of the Buddha.
The significance of Vesak lies with the Buddha and his universal peace message to mankind.
Venerable Mahinda
Vesak [Chin.: Fótuó dànchén jìniàn rì 佛陀誕辰紀念日 or Fó Dàn 佛誕 or YùFó jié 浴佛節] (from the name of the…

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Teaching of Chan

In Chan, there are two specific teachings that even if taken literally , they are well defined and very expressive . One teaches that " The Thorough Examination of the Super - Ego is simply to identify the Buddha Nature " and the other teaches that " The Understanding of Buddha Nature via Sudden Enlightenment is certainly possible. "

In reality, however , the clarity and expressiveness of these teachings , cannot be successfully expressed in any language , and these teachings often turn out to be…

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Sharing Words...

Everything changes constantly and continuously.

Master Shi Yan Zhuo [Chin.: shìyánzhuó dàshī 釋延卓大师 | 1965 - ?]