The birth of the Supreme Buddha is very rare

The birth of the Supreme Buddha is very rare

        


The descent of a Samma Sambuddha into this world is extremely rare. It is also rare to have an intelligent life. Also, it is extremely rare to hear that great Dhamma. The rare opportunity to encounter that sublime Dhamma in the life of an intelligent human being is called instant wealth. The chances of the wandering animal losing this instantaneous wealth are high.


When a real Arahath Samma Sambuddha descends into this world and preaches this pure Dhamma in the beginning, the middle and the end, if an animal is born in hell, if it is born in the animal world, if it is born in the unconscious plane, but in the realm where the human world Dhamma is heard. If one is born superstitious, if one is born ignorant in a place where the human world hears the Dhamma, then that animal loses the rare opportunity to understand this Dhamma.


So dear, think for a moment, In that sense, there are many instances in the world where this instantaneous wealth is lost, isn't it? But how lucky are you to have me as a human being? So what's the name of the game? Will you lose this again? Do you understand life and go beyond this miserable sasara?


I remember that the Blessed One preached in a parable. Dear ones, how many short lives do we have to live in the human life we ​​have got? So how much should we understand life without delay? Should not a person with a burning head act as if he were in a hurry to put out the fire? The Blessed One taught us in the Cause Sutra that there are six resources that bring goodness, happiness and peace to the human being born into this world.


They are kinship wealth, crop wealth, health wealth, seela wealth, mental wealth, vision wealth. He preached that out of these six resources, the first three mentioned resources will bring goodness to this world only for the sake of happiness and peace, and that one's wealth of seela, wealth of mind and wealth of vision will lead to this world and the hereafter and the journey of the whole world.


According to the above reasoning formula, the Blessed One tells us that as human beings we should give value to spiritual wealth and not to material wealth. The Blessed One preaches to us that it does not matter if there is no kinship. It does not matter if the crop is not fertile.


It does not matter if you do not have health resources. Aspire as much as possible to acquire the wealth of seela, the wealth of mind, the wealth of vision. Here the Blessed One speaks of the virtue of body and the virtue of speech as the wealth of seela. Mental well-being is also known as mental wealth and visual wealth. The hindrances do not grow in the one who makes this threefold virtue an asset and adapts it to himself.


There is also no such thing as greed, ambition, anger, slander, greed, greed, jealousy, miserliness, delusion, cunning, arrogance, arrogance, superstition, apathy, procrastination. In the offspring of such a person, righteous thoughts such as compassion, kindness, compassion and contempt always reign. The person who has such meritorious thoughts in his mind is a pious person even if he is poor without any wealth of relatives, crops or health.


He is a light as well as a blessing to the home. He is a jewel to the village, the country, the country and the world. A blessing. The Blessed One preached in the Blind Sutta that he was a man who had won both worlds. So the learned Aryan disciple, who seeks to exalt the received life, who seeks to reap the meaning of human life, must attain the threefold virtue preached by the Blessed One. Through the threefold virtue the threefold teaching of Seela Samadhi Wisdom develops.


It is this sublime teaching that the Blessed One endorsed for liberation. What advice did he give to Kondagna Thera, one of his first disciples, who wished to go to Sasana to end suffering? “Its Bhikkhuti Bhagava Avocha Swakkatho Dhammo Chara Brahmachariyang Samma Dukkhassa Anthakiriyayathi” (Mahavaggapali - Vinaya Pitaka) “Mahaneni, the Dhamma was well explained.


Enter that admonition. Practice Brahma Chariya (higher behavior) to end all suffering. It was stated here that one should engage in higher discipline. Most people are not disciplined. Discipline is not appreciated. This is how our Blessed Lord preached the path of liberation to end this suffering. “Nahan Bhikkhave Adikonewa Anjaradhanan Wadami.


Apicha Anupubba Sikka Anupubba Kiriya Anupubba Patipada Anjaradhana Hothi ”. (Keetagiri Sutta - M.N.) “Sir, I do not advise you to qualify in the first place. But qualification takes place according to the corresponding discipline, the complementary course of action, the complementary policy path.


The complementary discipline here is the fourfold training of the fivefold discipline, the eightfold discipline, the tenfold discipline, and the anthropomorphic discipline. It is also the path of policy. So master this ancillary principle with all possible effort and take immediate action to reap the maximum benefits from this rare human endeavor.

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