A Collection of Buddhist Sutra
We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts we make the world. — Dhammapada, 1.1-3
In Buddhism, the term sutras refers generally to scriptures that are regarded as records of the oral teachings of Buddha; literally the actual words of Buddha, as heard, orally transmitted and written down by his disciples. Upon which we, Buddhists, cultivate our daily life according to what was taught in the sutras.
Thus, Buddhism is not regarded as a religion but rather a philosophy of life - what is ‘true’ and what is ‘false’ – what leads to liberation as taught by our great teacher Buddha Sakyamuni.
A collection of Buddhist Sutras.
- The Infinite Life Sutra
- Amitabha Sutra
- Amitabha’s 48 Vows
- Ksitigarbha Sutra – 地藏菩薩本願經
- The Cause and Effect Sutra
- The Filial Piety Sutra
- The Great Compassion Mantra
- Six Character Great Bright Mantra – Om Mani Padme Hum
A collection of Buddhist Stories.
Even false words are true if they lead to liberation; even true words are false if they become the object of attachment.
- How Ananda Became Enlightened?
- 13 Pure Land Patriarchs
- Good Question, Good Answer
- Di Zi Gui – A Guide to Happy Life
- Liao Fan’s 4 Lessons – Changing One’s Destiny
- The Last Teaching of Buddha
- The Dhammapada – The Buddha’s Path of Wisdom
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