The Enlightening Messages Part II: Eternal Buddha in Us, in the World, Story 12
About The Enlightening Messages Part II: Eternal Buddha in Us, in the World
This booklet is derived from Nichiou Shonin Kyoke Shu, which was originally published by the Oushi-Kai of Butsugenji on June 10, 1989. The translation of the text has been done through permission of the copyright proprietor of the original work.
On this blog, we are introducing a bit of the story as quotes.
In the home there is the kindness of our parents.
When we go out into society, there are the kindnesses of all people. From the perspective of the nation, there is the kindness of the king.
And when seen from the universe, there are the kindnesses of the three Buddhist treasures.
Each person, without exception, is a recipient of these.
Nevertheless, perhaps because of the latter days of Buddhism, today we even forget the kindness our parents, who are very close to us. We do not know the minds of our parents, who think of us, and it has become an evil world where we kill them as a foe.
To say nothing of what we are doing for the three other kindnesses.
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