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“What an extraordinary feat never achieved before, oh the World-Revered One (the Buddha)! Only you can save people that no one in the world can save! Only you can calm the disturbances in people’s minds that no one else in the world can calm. With great compassion, you have saved people from the darkest places, guided them back to the light in a miraculous way. Your deed has made me wonder, with all my power, my weapons, whether there is a way to make people redeem themselves from their evildoings. That question was stuck in my head, and now it has been answered by you.”
The Buddha was a real person. He was a founder of Buddhism, opening a path to true happiness for all sentient beings!
In Buddhist sutras, the moon is also mentioned a lot. It is a metaphor for wisdom and compassion for its light and refreshment. The moon has 5 qualities that Buddhist practitioners can learn from.
Time for spiritual experience! Bathing the Buddha - a unique religious activity during Vesak is waiting for you to explore!
The Buddha encountered many obstacles that hindered him from before becoming an ascetic, which had been his aspiration for long. Let us read the following article to learn about these obstacles and his determination to pursue the chosen path.
This Infographic will give you an overview of these five qualities of water, based on the explanation of Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh from His regular sermon at Ba Vang Pagoda on 16 October 2020.
On 13 December 2020, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh explained to His Buddhists five lessons of space, which Bhikshu Nagasena taught King Milinda, in Milindapanha Sutra. This infographic will give you a summary of Thay’s explanation.
There’re many wishes in life but not all can be achieved. The Buddha summed up 4 things difficult to have in life, also the basic wishes of humans, and four ways to achieve them.
About 24% of the earth’s landmass is mountainous. There are many famous mountains in the world: Mount Everest in the Himalayas, Mount Fuji in Japan, or Mount Taishan in China.
According to the Sutra, there are four characteristics that Buddhists should learn from the wind
Life after death is a mystery to us. In one of His Dharma talks, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh gave Buddhists a closer look into facts about death as well as life after death.
On 24 September 2020, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh preached the lesson: “The merit of rejoicing at & observing the Eight Precepts”.
On 17 September 2020, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh — the Abbot of Ba Vang Pagoda, preached the second part of the lecture “Lessons learned from the Earth” belonging to Milindapanha Sutra. Due to the effect of COVID-19, the lecture was online streamed.
On September 1st, 2020, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh gave a lecture on the first quality from the earth, whose whole lesson belongs to Milindapanha Sutra.
On August 18, 2020, Thay Thich Truc Thai Minh gave a lecture on the topic "Lessons from the sea" which belongs to Milindapanha Sutra. Due to the complicated situation of COVID-19, the Dharma talk was live-streamed so that Buddhists could watch from home.