The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas

Nov 20, 14 The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas
A Buddha is someone who has completely eliminated all defilements from the mind and developed all good qualities limitlessly. Buddhas are sources of all well-being and happiness because they teach us the Dharma and by practising that, we will eliminate all misery and create the causes for all happiness and peace. To accomplish the final goal of the teachings, we have to know what to practise, and thus this book will explain the practice of bodhisattvas. By doing these bodhisattva practices, we will become bodhisattvas, advance on the bodhisattva path, and eventually become fully enlightened Buddhas.


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Clarifications of Misconceptions on Buddhism

May 25, 10 Clarifications of Misconceptions on Buddhism

This article hopes to rectify the misrepresentations of Buddhism in the online videos which were recently featured in the news.

1. Last Words of the Buddha

The Buddha’s last words were ‘Subject to change are all conditioned things. Strive on with diligence.’ He was urging us to strive on the way (the Noble Eightfold Path) to liberation (Nirvana; enlightenment) that he already discovered, walked and shared.

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