With birth, there comes death. Birth is an alert of death. It is a calling for diligent practice. Other celebrations for birthday are insignificant.
As a matter of fact, folding palms is a way to stabilize our monkey mind so it returns to purity and stabilization. With a simple gesture like this, we start from ourselves to offer peace and stability to others.
The idea of the Water, Land, Air Dharma Assembly emerged. It is a grand puja for the liberation of ghost beings. It went from a small puja to the annual assembly at the Taoyuan Arena.
The University for Life and Peace is the place to discover and work out these troubles. It is an institute to take action for solving ecological crises.
Learn the loving-kindness of Buddha cultivates our wisdom and compassion. Which our wisdom and compassion grow.
On November 18, 2018, after the program in Myanmar, we flew directly to Hong Kong to perform a Grand Tsok Offering.
Spring Term Monastic Retreat –with Chan practice, we can realize our mind or our original face.
Chan practice is a way to guide our way home. For too long, our minds wander around because of greed.
Settle down our afflictions through Chan practice. Learn to let go of the compounded and fabricated thinking process.
We’d experience oneness of interdependency of oneself and others. Serenity doesn’t mean stagnation. It is a holistic power that is positive and innate. When being serene, one can release the maximum energy and drive.
Everyone else is I and vice versa. All is me and I am all. This is the Realm of Avatamsaka.
By embarking on the journey from this very “mind” of ours, we can certainly create stability of life and advance towards world peace.