Buddhist Allegory*
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Zhi Hua
6 minutes


Buddhas are all things, all things are Buddhas, and when people realize the Buddha’s intention, they will turn into Buddhas. Buddha is perception. A person or god who can perceive can realize the truth of life in the universe and the truth of all things (dharma).Not only does he realize himself, but he also helps us sentient beings who are in confusion. He teaches us by chance, guides us, rescues us, and allows us to realize enlightenment (abandoning evil and pursuing good, breaking delusions to enlightenment, breaking delusions and realizing truth) to obtain the liberation of wisdom.The Buddhist Allegory starts from different perspectives to awaken people (awareness). The three perspectives are Fo Zao Xiang, Fo Suo Yu, and Fo Huan Yu.


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