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Between Master and Disciples

Buddhist Stories: The Merit of Charity and Keeping The Five Precepts & Brahma Asks for Dharma, Part 2 of 10, Aug. 03, 2015

Czech (Rep)
2019-08-15
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“And after that, after taking refuge in the Three Jewels, he took out one golden coin and gave it to the Buddha, offered it to the Buddha. Because of that, so life after life, his merit is immeasurable. In this world not many people can compare to him, in richness and merit and health and all the good things as he has. Ananda, that rich person at that time, now is Trùng Tín, monk, Bhiksu.” Bhiksu means a high monk already. Sramanera means lower monk, just novice. So, he’s already Bhiksu, meaning high monk, high priest. “From then on, from that time until now Trùng Tín has enjoyed richness and honor for ninety-one eons.”
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