Master Jun Hong LuWorld Buddhist Fellowship MeetingSingapore22 April 2016 AS LONG AS WE ARE TRULY CULTIVATING, WE HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR In this society, no matter what we do; there will always be comments and judgements from others. If you
Master Jun Hong Lu’s World Buddhist Fellowship MeetingParis, France5 September 2019 THE IMPORTANCE OF SINCERITY Master Jun Hong Lu: The key to differentiating whether you are a good or evil person lies in the sincerity of mind in your dealings with
Master Jun Hong Lu’s World Buddhist Fellowship MeetingParis, France5 September 2019 ALWAYS TREAT OTHERS WITH SINCERITY Master Jun Hong Lu: As the saying goes, ‘sincerity can move mountains’. Sincerity can shift even one’s mind and natural instincts. Hence, always treat others
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There is no fixed standard for happiness. Bodhisattva tells us that once we are content with what we currently have…
Master Jun Hong Lu’sPublic TalkMelbourne, Australia8 December 2019 UNDERSTANDING OTHERS IS A FORM OF WISDOM Master Jun Hong Lu: Buddhist practitioners must realise that knowing oneself is a form of joy; understanding others is a form of wisdom.
Once, Emperor Qianlong visited the South of China. He saw many ships come and go in the Grand Canal in a hubbub. In the midst of the great commotion, the Emperor sighed, “So many ships go back and forth, what
There was once a little monk who was preparing for a journey to advance his studies in Buddhism. Knowing that the little monk’s faith was still not strong enough, his Master asked, “When will you set off?” The little monk
Master Jun Hong Lu’s public talkJakarta, Indonesia 22 April 2017 Nurhaci was the first emperor of the Qing dynasty in Chinese history. In those days, he went through much hardship in unifying the Jurchen tribes. On one occasion, he led
Excerpt from the Dharma convention in Sabah, Malaysia, on 17 January 2015 The two most important issues in our lives are birth and death. In the case of birth, the question is ‘where do we come from?’ We don’t know
Master Jun Hong Lu: We live in a complex society where it is very difficult to understand what others are thinking.