Master Jun Hong Lu’s

World Buddhist Fellowship Meeting

New York, USA

11 October 2018



Master Jun Hong Lu:

As Buddhist practitioners, we know that practising Buddhism allow us to have the capability to control our mood, temperament as well as our fate and destiny.

We sympathise with those whom we see fly into a rage often, as they are just like wild horses that have lost their reins and will only cause injury to themselves.

Therefore, as Buddhist practitioners, we should not argue with others but cultivate our behaviour with diligence instead. From this, others will then have a whole new level of respect for us. In essence, this is the state of mind of Buddhas; a state where we see through the nature of things in the human realm, learn to let go and be liberated.