Illuminations

By Ida Eva Zielinska Published #65 | Summer 2022 Issue SHARE Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions and comments from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. WISDOM LIFE LASTS FOREVER Question: “Master, what is your view on life?” Answer: “Human life is insignificant, but there is one thing that can be heavier than Mt. Tai, and that thing is our wisdom life. Our wisdom life can continue on incessantly, allowing

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Dharma Q&A

Translated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #59 | Winter 2020 Issue SHARE Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. Remaining Calm Question: “How can I cultivate Samadhi, the power to stay calm and focused?” Answer: “Make mental concentration a habit. Once your mind does not get distracted, you will be in a state of Samadhi.” Generosity Helps Others and Ourselves Question: “It’s

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Dharma Q&A

DHARMA Q&A Translated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #63 | Winter 2021 Issue SHARE Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. Give Unconditionally, With Gratitude Q: “Why do Tzu Chi volunteers give unconditionally while feeling a sense of gratitude to the recipients?” A: “When we help people in need, we can see with our own eyes the truth of pain and suffering.

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Illuminations

DHARMA Q&A Translated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #64 | Spring 2022 Issue SHARE Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. GATHERING STRENGTH Comment: “Sometimes I feel powerless when I’m working on something.“ Answer: “Everything is created by the mind. “Powerlessness” occurs when one feels alone. The more people you collaborate with, the more strength is gathered, and the more power can

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The Benevolent Deer King

Master Cheng Yen’s TeachingsTranslated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #59 | Winter 2020 Issue SHARE If we truly wish to protect and love living beings, we should not contribute to killing them. Dharma Master Cheng Yen We learn the Buddha Dharma to understand and realize our true nature. In learning the Dharma, we must first train our minds and understand that all virtuous deeds begin with the Five

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Dharma Q&A

Translated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #62 | Fall 2021 Issue SHARE Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. Passing on Virtue to Future Generations When Master Cheng Yen was talking to some businesspeople, she brought up the subject of children’s education. “What is more important than leaving huge fortunes and businesses to our children is to pass virtue on to future

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Dharma Q&A

DHARMA Q&A Translated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #60 | Spring 2021 Issue SHARE Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. Physical Life vs. Wisdom Life Q: “Master, what is your perspective on life?” A: “Our physical lives are of little significance; however, a person’s wisdom life is truly valuable.

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Dharma Q&A

Translated by the Dharma as Water Team Published #61 | Summer 2021 Issue SHARE Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email Dharma Master Cheng Yen responds to questions from visitors, volunteers, staff, and disciples. A Direction in Life Q: “How do I form an aspiration that benefits my career and family?” A: “Everyone has aspirations, but many people are merely in pursuit of fame, fortune,

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