Nov 28, 2012

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The happiness when practice of Dharma

I ‘m very happy to have this opportunity to express my opinion about practice of Dharma, and I want to share it for everybody. I want to shout:” Please, practice of Dharma, you will be happy in this present life and the thousand of the next life”.

Firstly, I want to share my feeling  about Buddhism when I was young and the first path to practice.When I was young, my feeling about Buddhism : Buddhism was the religion but so hard to practice. The food that they eat so simple ( mostly they eat vegetarian food). And  nut and monk  must get up early to begin practice of Dharma or spend   long hour to meditate . Even my Mom went to pagoda long time but she only know little about Sutra . In my mind, the Buddhism was hard for practice. A long time, I forgot about it. I spent almost time to study, work and I desired to attain happiness, pleasure and satisfaction. And almost of person chase money and fame and they busy to work, and their mind were disturbed. The fundamental thing that everyone wants a happy life, successful life. This is not only our goal but our legitimate right as well, The question then arise, how do we achieve this happy life ? it seem that in these mordent life, when technology and material facilities are so developed and freely  available, we get  the idea that material things are the ultimate factor in the satisfaction of our desires and the fulfillment of our goals. Thus, we have too much expectation of material things and put too much trust in them, our strong materialistic beliefs give us false hope in that which truly lacks a firm basis .As a result, we neglect our inner values and state of mind. By relying so much on external thing to make our lives meaningful, we move further away from basic human values. Of course, material development is essential and very useful, but it is wrong to expect that all our problems can be solved through external means. When material and spiritual  development are combined, however, we can achieve our goal of a happy life, Therefore, while focusing on material development, it is essential that we pay attention to inner values as well. But what is the inner values?  Well, it mean religious faith ? and I began to research the Buddhism. And I realized that:

_Death is inevitable, and no one can’t avoid of death, (even you are a million or only a worker, a farmer, a famous  person…)

_ The time of death is unpredictable ( It can happened anytime, anywhere)

_At the time of death, only spiritual practice will be of benefit

Most of us feel that will be alive tomorrow. We think that just because there is no medical or physical condition threatening our lives, we can justifiably conclude that there is ninety-nice percent chance that we will live beyond today. However, what about that one percent? We can’t say that one hundred percent car that we won’t dead tomorrow. When death strikes, our wealth, no matter how great, will be of no significance, nor will be our family or friends. Even our cherished body will be of no use, at the time of death, nobody else can help us, and we must travel that path alone

Now the big question arises: dose the continuity of consciousness disappear after death?  However, when actually confronted by death, only the spiritual qualities we have developed through our practice of Dharma will help: nothing but Dharma can benefit us at the time of death.  But Buddhism originated from its founding teacher, Shakyamuni Buddha, who gave 84,000 form of teaching and I found the Tibetan Buddhism that is the simple, easy to practice. And we can practice anytime and anywhere that you want. And we must refuge the three Jewels : Buddha, Dharma and Sangha, we will happy in this present and next life.

 Mật Kính

  1. Matthuy says:
    What a helpful article!
    This article seems to relieve somewhat feelings of myself. Specially, it offers some Buddhist terminologies in English. I would like to express my pleasure with Matkinh’s virtue.
  2. Thanh Tân says:

    Thank you! Good article

  3. matkinh says:

    Thanks for all comment. I will try more and more . With a little knowledge, I want to express about my feeling and happiness with everybody about practice Dharma. By the way, I want to thank admin ( that a lovely pic)

  4. matkien says:

    Hi, Mat Kinh. Your profound insights made ​​me understand many aspects of Buddhism.Hope you have many other articles to benefit sentient beings.Thank you for your article.

  5. admin says:

    Great article. I hope you will write some article in this week.
    Thanks!

  6. What is “nut”, Hanabien?

  7. admin says:

    HanaBean! Where are you? Reply, please

  8. matkinh says:

    Sorry, this is my mistake because I checked carefully. This is not ” nut “, this must be ” nun ” , mean ” Buddhist nun “. I will pay attend in next time

  9. nguyen thanh says:
    I like your article. I hope you do many things about Buddhism.
    Nguyên Thành
  10. Lê Mai Dung says:
    Thank you for your sharing!
  11.  Tantra Mahavita says:

    QUERIDO  GURU :  El Dharma es maravilloso …Gracias por compartir sus articulos.  Que el Guru tenga salud y pueda vivir muchos años para beneficio de todos los seres sintientes .Que todos los seres esten libres de sufrimiento y sus causas …OM MANI PADME HUM

  12.  Tantra Mahavita says:

    QUERIDO GURU  : Cuando las palabras ya no tienen sentido …cuando te rendis realmente y te entregas completamente a lo que venga …cuando la pelicula externa y tu mente ya no son dos …ves tus emociones surgir …y simplemente las miras  …cuando no sos nada y en ese vacio interior ….Solo …hay una fuerza increible …potente ….Energia Pura …Vacia …LLena de Amor Incondicional ….Solo queda ….No se como expresarlo …por eso lo llamo Silencio …y eso solamente se puede lograr gracias al maravilloso Dharma …y Quien lo logra ???….Solo las enseñanzas de nuestro Amado Buda Sakyamuni .,Dharma ,y Sangha ,Maestros , Bodhisatvas ..pueden hacer posible este maravilloso Silencio…..Entonces la Muerte …..es la liberacion…….Que nuestro Amado Guru tenga salud y pueda vivir muchos años para beneficio de todos los seres sintientes ….Que todos los seres esten libre de sufrimiento y sus causas ….OM MANI PADME HUM

  13. Tantra Upatissa says:

    Dear Guru thanks for sharing this article.

    It helps me stay in path of dharma even in hardships.

    May Guru live long for sake of other beings, he may get enlightened.

    May all beings be free from suffering and may get enlightened.

    Om Mani Padme Hum..

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