6 edition of One Hundred Views of the Dharma Gate found in the catalog.
June 15, 1994
by Ekstasis Editions
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
The right dharma-age lasts five hundred years and the semblance dharma-age one thousand; after these 1, years, the right dharma will perish utterly. We know, therefore, that the period from temple construction on belongs to the last dharma-age. Explanation by the Venerable Master Hsuan Hua. Shastra on the Door to Understanding. Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua.
Date: 3 Jan to 6 Jun (Every Wed) refer to schedule below Time: pm - pm Venue: The Buddhist Library, Level 2 Auditorium (Break on 14 Feb & 9 May ) Speaker: Ven. Chuan Guan Fees: $ per year($30 per term) The World-Honored One said, "All dharmas are empty of a self.” What are all dharmas? What is to be empty of a self? In. True cessation from a Dharma point of view is ending the continuity of suffering by eradicating its cause. we have the literacy to read Dharma books, the wisdom to see the truth in them and the intelligence to start to live our life according to the Dharma. 4 The Evans-Wentz translation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead was one of the few.
One hundred twenty billion good qualities arise, and we are made the king of the gods of the Tushita heaven. radiant sun of holy Dharma. The gate of entering for beginners is the path of accumulation. ‘jig lta = ‘jig tshogs la lta ba -view of a transitory collection, futile view, perishable view. Hungary is a small country in the middle of Europe. It covers ninety-three thousands square kilometres and has just over ten million inhabitants. For eleven hundred years, since the Hungarian people occupied the land, it has been constantly changing shape and population due to never ending wars and migration. Though there are different theories concerning the ancient homeland of the Hungarians.
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