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Words of Wisdom

The Benefit of Spiritual Practice, Part 3 of 5 #159K, April 07, 1991

2019-02-21
Language:English ,Vietnamese(Tiếng Âu Lạc (Tiếng Việt))

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We imitate the Buddha’s wisdom in the invisible world when we are near that invisible wisdom which emanates from a person who has attained enlightenment. For that reason, even though Shakyamuni Buddha was a prince, even though He had the supreme authority in that country, even though His prestige had spreaded to all directions, He still begged for alms, using that as a means to enlighten the poor, the suffering, those who had little merit and affinity, those who could not believe the Dharma right away when they heard it, those who could not go to the Buddha to learn the Tao. So the Buddha had to go there, using the invisible, boundless power of the Buddha to influence the invisible wisdom, the Buddha Nature of the opposite person.
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