As we come to the end of our Dharma School Year, Rev. Adams will share his appreciation of Amida Buddha’s 48th and final Vow and the three dharma-insights we receive from living in the nembutsu: (1) insight to hear the truth, (2) insight to live differently based on what we have learned, and (3) insight to accept when life changes and when it does not.
If, when I attain Buddhahood, the bodhisattvas in other lands, upon hearing my name, should not be able to attain the first, second, and third dharma‐insights and should they fall back from the pursuit of the teachings of the Buddhas, may I not attain the perfect enlightenment.
(Shoshinge Chanting will resume on June 26)
9:30 a.m. Dharma Service & Awards Ceremony
10:30 a.m. Dharma Discussion
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