Life debt – DD. Thich Phuoc Tien
With his extensive knowledge, deep understanding of life, precious, monk Thich Phuoc Tien gave us a very good and meaningful sermon: “Debt to life”.
Life is a long journey. Each of us living in this world, the baggage we carry is the accumulation of good deeds, of the fruits that we have sown and reaped. “Life Debt” Above all, here is the cause and effect, the philosophy of life for people in the world: “Humanity, good nature”. Each of us is inherently good-natured. But in order to maintain that pure heart, it also depends on people’s thoughts. We owe life too much grace. You have to live well, live so that when you close your eyes, you can smile peacefully.
“Life’s debt also wants to be paid off
Wings forever in my heart
A little bit called borrowing before
Is it possible to pay then?”
Cloud ball – DD. Thich Thien Thuan
When it comes to the best Buddhist sermons, we can’t help but mention the “Cloud Ball” – the best lecture on motherhood given by monk Thich Thien Thuan at Hoang Phap temple during the summer retreat.
Through the lecture, the teacher told touching stories about mother’s love, about the protection, love, care and sacrifice for children that were clearly shown through the lecture. With an inspiring, earnest voice and gentle, emotional but profound words, “Cloud Ball” has taken away a lot of tears from listeners and viewers alike. Besides, the sermon also admonished and reminded us that: live better, be filial and love your parents more. Don’t wait until your mother is no longer in this world to regret it, it’s too late…
“Forgive me, mother
I forgot my mother’s words of kindness
I mistakenly thought I knew foolishness
I mistakenly thought I was not a child
Hundred years longing for pats”
Life is difficult – DD. Thich Thien Thuan
One more special and meaningful sermon by monk Thich Thien Thuan: “Hard life”. By conveying the message and concept of how to see life through stories and stories, monk Thich Thien Thuan has conveyed to Buddhists, listeners and viewers their concerns and thoughts about life. life.
We often complain “Life is suffering”, this life is so hard, difficult, worrying, calculating. But in the end, difficulties or challenges also come from the human mind. If we look at life with optimistic eyes, have faith, hope in ourselves, life will be different. And if we are forever sad, desperate, let go, the surrounding is still only gray and black. Therefore, look to the future, look at life with all your faith, hope and efforts to live better and more meaningfully. Each of us has only one life to live. Don’t waste it!
Good talkers – DD. Like Phap Hoa
“Words don’t cost money to buy
Choose your words carefully to please each other”
That proverb from all eternity is still the philosophy, the way of life is extremely correct and profound. Each of us lives in society, a large life, the way to connect and bond with each other is to communicate. “Speaker” Lectured by monk Thich Phap Hoa is one of the meaningful sermons that deals with the issue of human behavior in life.
The same behavior, a word, but if we are tactful, tactful, yielding and respectful of others, we will receive the same good things. With profound human values conveyed through the sermon, “Speaker” deserves to be one of the good and meaningful Buddhist lectures so that we can listen, ponder and change our way of life for a better, more humane way.
Love has no fault, the fault is in… – DD Thich Tam Nguyen
“People compare love to a rose. When in love, people tend to cherish the rose petals and forget about its thorns. But when they hate each other, people forget about the rose petals. , which will stare at the thorns. So don’t complain why we keep suffering. Take a look at yourself and think: are we holding the rose petals, or are we clutching the thorns!” (Thich Tam Nguyen)
Those are the lectures taken from the lesson “Love has no fault, it’s in…” preached by monk Thich Tam Nguyen. With a witty, fun but equally profound and philosophical way of talking, Master Thich Tam Nguyen has impressed listeners and viewers with his life philosophies and conceptions of love in today’s youth. real and profound. Listening to each of his teachings, we will realize many new things in life, realize the true value of love, care about people and live better.
As one of the great topics on Dharma teaching, “Love has no fault, it’s in…” deserves to be considered as one of the best and most meaningful lectures with the human values that Master Thich Tam Nguyen has imparted.
Impermanence – DD. Thich Tri Quang
With the message of conveying the concept of life, the way of seeing life in life, monk Thich Tri Quang brought to Buddhists and listeners a very meaningful sermon: “Impermanent”. Impermanence is also a Buddhist term, anyone who is a Buddhist has also heard it. But to understand deeply deeply, for those who are new to Buddhism, they have to be awake to see it.
Life is inherently impermanent, arising and passing away by itself. Everyone in life has to go through the laws of creation: birth, old age, sickness, and death. The time of heaven and earth is infinite, but human’s time is infinitely limited. So every second, every minute that exists in this world, find yourself a reason to live, a more positive, humane and meaningful way of looking at life.
“Body dust, my life
Let me come back tomorrow to make dust
Oh wonderful dust
Any sound that beats the beat does not stop…”
(Trinh Cong Son)
Theory of cause and effect – DD. Thich Phuoc Tien
In human life, the philosophy of cause and effect is always true. People often say “Living good accept lucky”; “Have the virtue to wear clothes to eat” as advice, teaching people to live a good, ethical life. With a lively lecture, a firm, inspirational, and powerful voice, Master Thich Phuoc Tien has brought us moments of reflection on life through a meaningful sermon: “The philosophy of cause and effect”.
Living in life, we give good things, do good things, we will definitely receive sweet results. No matter how complicated life is or how many people’s hearts are, please keep your heart pure, pure, and noble. Live meaningfully, live ethically, do good deeds so as not to waste life.
Lectures distant dreams taught by Venerable Thich Thien Thuan as a confiding between Truth and Buddhists.
Have you ever been in your life when you couldn’t do something, seeing things that other people can do, but we can’t do. It’s like a distant wish in my life. It is like an attachment in your heart for you to rise up, to overcome and live better.
There are very calm things in life, there are very ordinary things. However, we can’t do it in life with husband and wife, with mother and child, but what is it in our lives. Those are ideas, connections, and that can also be wishes. so far away that you can’t do it right now.
The stories of Master Thich Thien Thuan teaching Distant Wishes remind us of our wishes and promises about things we have wanted but have not been able to do. And it can also be our regrets in life for not being able to do it. We can do many things, we can also promise a lot but can’t do it, it’s like a distant wish because we haven’t thought about it, we are only selfish for our own sake, for our own pleasure. . The small joys in life are then distant wishes that we do not have the opportunity to do.
Everyone has such dreams, but how many people have made those quiet little dreams for their loved ones.
Mother’s sadness – DD. Thich Thien Thuan
“Who mother motherhood please do not cry
Do not be so sad to hear the mother’s eyes do not…”
Sometimes in life, we are so absorbed in running after new things and frivolous things far away in society, that we forget the love and care we have for our loved ones and our parents. “Mother’s Sorrow” is a profound sermon by Master Thich Thien Thuan, talking about mother’s love and her silent sacrifice. It’s easy to say sorry to strangers. But have you ever looked back at yourself and said repentance to your mother, about the mistakes that we have unintentionally or intentionally made. Mother’s love is immense, abounding in the ocean. The sadness that a mother hides in the bottom of her heart, swallows her tears and endures the storms of life for her children to grow up. So whoever has a mother, please don’t make her cry. Listen to your heart, listen to your heart’s breathing and cherish the moments you still have with your mother.