Master Jun Hong Lu’s
World Buddhist Fellowship Meeting (Q&A Session)
7 December 2019
HONOUR THE MASTER AND REVERE HIS TEACHINGS
Master, recently in your radio program, you mentioned that the Disciple’s Code of Conduct is a representation of a disciple’s resolution. In that case, does that mean that there is no need for disciples like us to specifically make vows to honour our Master and revere his teachings?
One should honour one’s master and revere his teachings and this resolution should be repeated every day. The more you repeat such a vow, the more meritorious blessings you will amass. This is just like how humans need to take their meals every day. Would you say that you wouldn’t need to eat today just because you have eaten yesterday and the day before? (I would still need to.) The same goes with brushing your teeth. (Yes.) What about recitation, do you need to do it daily? Hence, the same goes with repeating your resolution to honour your master and revere his teachings. (Yes. Thank you Master Lu.)