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Excerpts from Master
s saying on the Buddhist dharma9
Judy Chen

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O n e i s w e e d e d o u t by n o o n e bu t h i m s e l f . O n e
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accomplishment is made by oneself not others
One is weeded out by no one else but
himself, Judy else

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One who has ability to handle a task is able to lead others to


handle a task; one who knows how to listen to others knows
really how to speak.
to lead others to handle the task,
Judya task

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One who gives no happiness to others ends up being not happy


himself; one who always causes others pain suffers more than
others eventually.
e n d u p,
eventually

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The disciples of Jen-cheng Buddhist have to practice for


blessing, practice for wisdom, and practice for dignified
manner.

Getting close and intimate to someone who has good knowledge


and virtue will grow your roots of virtues; learning and
practicing the Buddhist dharma will get rid of your bad habits.
Keeping a calm and clear mind and body will eliminate your
afiction; attaining wisdom like a blossoming ower, your virtues
will be like perfume disseminating far and rapidly.

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We have to have tolerance for others fault. Do not attack


someone just because he sticks to his bad habits. Being tolerant
toward him, giving him chances to improve himself, and waiting
until he makes changes, every thing will be ne.
every thing will turn fine, Judy
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Everyone is dependent on others. We have to refrain from


speaking good or bad of others. Once you understand the law
of effect resulting from both cause and subsidiary conditions,
you will be wise enough to be tolerant of either right or wrong
things. Then wherever you go, you will nd yourself be treated
favorably and everything will be dealt with smoothly.

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smoothly, Judyiswill beyou
will nd yourself

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Practicing in daily activities or in quiet static condition, all you


do is to create awareness and become aware of rising delusions
or distracting thoughts without paying attention to them.
in daily
activities in quiet static condition
is to keep awareness, Judyto create

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When a bodhisattva sees any animal, he is to deliver a ceremony


for it to proclaim it is to turn to and to rely on the Three
Precious Ones, and to chant a Buddha
s name and devote
the merit to its salvation. By doing this, he can remove and
transform his own animal-like habitual thoughts or behaviors.

He is actually to ferry off and


transformJudyHe can remove and transform

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People are smart enough not to be easily cheated by others.


However, one is usually cheated by one
s own mind and is not
even aware of it.

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Alex Johnson

(Diamond Sutra ---- A New Translation)


Alex Johnson

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Alex Johnson (http://www.diamond-sutra.


com/index.html) (Sutra) UWMadison Buddhism Study Group

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This is what I heard.


At one time the Buddha was staying in the Jeta Grove, near the city of
Sravasti.
With him there was a community of 1,250 venerable monks and devoted
disciples (1).
One day before dawn, the Buddha clothed himself, and along with his
disciples took up his alms bowl and entered the city to beg for food door
to door, as was his custom (2).
After he had returned and eaten, he put away his bowl and cloak, bathed
his feet, and then sat with his legs crossed and body upright upon the seat
arranged for him.
He began mindfully xing his attention in front of himself, while many
monks approached the Buddha, and showing great reverence, seated
themselves around him (3).

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After a time a most venerable monk named Subhuti, who was sitting in
the congregation, rose from his seat.
He uncovered his right shoulder, placed his right knee on the ground, and
as he joined his palms together he respectfully bowed and then addressed
the Buddha:
"Most Honored One, It is truly majestic how much knowledge and
wisdom your monks and disciples have been given through your most
inspired teachings ! It is remarkable that you look after our welfare so
selessly and so completely (4)."
"Most Honored One, I have a question to ask you. If sons and daughters
of good families want to develop the highest, most fullled and awakened
mind (5), if they wish to attain the Highest Perfect Wisdom (6), what
should they do to help quiet their drifting minds and help subdue their
craving thoughts?"
The Buddha then replied:
"So it is as you say, Subhuti. Monks and disciples have been favored with
the highest favor by the Buddha, the monks and disciples have been
instructed with the highest instruction by the Buddha. The Buddha is
constantly mindful of the welfare of his followers (7). Listen carefully with
your full attention, and I will speak to your question."
"If sons and daughters of good families want to develop the highest,
most fulfilled and awakened mind, if they wish to attain the Highest
Perfect Wisdom and quiet their drifting minds while subduing their
craving thoughts, then they should follow what I am about to say to you.
Those who follow what I am about to say here will be able to subdue
their discriminative thoughts and craving desires. It is possible to attain
perfect tranquility and clarity of mind by absorbing and dwelling on the
teachings I am about to give (8)."
Then the Buddha addressed the assembly.

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"All living beings, whether born from eggs, from the womb, from
moisture, or spontaneously; whether they have form or do not have
form; whether they are aware or unaware, whether they are not aware
or not unaware, all living beings will eventually be led by me to the
nal Nirvana, the nal ending of the cycle of birth and death (9). And
when this unfathomable, innite number of living beings have all been
liberated, in truth not even a single being has actually been liberated."
"Why Subhuti? Because if a disciple still clings to the arbitrary illusions
of form or phenomena such as an ego, a personality, a self, a separate
person, or a universal self existing eternally, then that person is not an
authentic disciple (10)."

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and devoted disciplesvenerable monks
devoted disciples
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