Valuable service to the world since the birth of Gautama Buddha

Valuable service to the world since the birth of Gautama Buddha

           


From the time of enlightenment, according to the very words 'Atthaya, Hitaya, Sukhaya Deva Manussanang', the people of the world began to preach purple in order to further develop their material wealth, economic wealth and to create a friendly society by following each other in a friendly and friendly manner. As Sasara sought, a group of related monks also gathered around him.It is a testament to the immense service rendered by the Buddha over forty-five years that no one on earth has ever been able to appreciate.


The great service rendered by the birth of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha into the world cannot be overstated. Prince Siddhartha was born as the only son of King Suddhodana the Great, at a time when there was a long history of racial, caste, ethnic and tribal issues and a violent society with little regard for women. King Suddhodana was a righteous administrator. At that time, the Sakya dynasty ruled over the Himalayas, which were more than two or three times as large as ours.


Spread over a vast area in modern India such as Gorakhpur, Kusinara and Lucknow, the Sakya kingdom prospered. The Himalayas further enhanced the self-sufficiency of the people through a wide variety of grains such as rice, maize, green gram, chickpeas, cowpeas, vegetables, fruits, ojo leafy greens, sweet potatoes, and a variety of mushrooms.

                        

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Due to the climatic conditions, even the cattle were not harmed by the grass, leaves and leaves. The Great King Suddhodana, who won the hearts of the people in a prosperous country free of economic problems, felt deprived of having children until after some time of marriage. This was not only a matter of great concern to the Great King and his queen, Goddess Mahamaya, but also to the distress of the aristocracy of the country.


On the full moon day of Vesak, on the full moon day, the coronation of Siddhartha, who aspired to become a great pious Samma Sambuddha, took place. On the full moon day of Vesak, which was his birthday, a strange wonder spread all over Dambadiva. A gentle breeze with a gentle breeze spread across the country. The reason for this is that the flowering vines of different types of flowers are blooming with a strange vibrancy and making it more wonderful than ever. The intense heat was also mild, with occasional thin clouds.


There was a strange kindness and friendliness in the people as well. Even among the cattle Mahishadi animals, there was no quarrel between them due to the development of kindness and compassion. Even the Blessed Bodhisattva, who was born on a day like this, saw an unbelievable miracle when he was born and placed his small feet on the ground. That is, seven pounds rising from the earth, respectively. The benevolent prince, who was walking on seven pillars, raised his right hand, boldly spread his thumb and uttered such a sentence.


“Aggo Hamasmi Lokassa Jetto Hamasmi Lokassa Setto Hamasmi Lokassa Ayamanthi Majathi Naththidani Punabbhavo ” 


"I love the world. I am the senior to the world. I am the greatest in the world. This is my last birth. I am not born again. ”


In these four great verses he declared that he would surely attain Samma Sambuddha. At that time, Prince Siddhartha, who explained what kind of person he was in the above verses on the power of Paramita Kusala, got married to Goddess Yasodara at a young age due to the influence of King Suddodhana.


At the age of twenty-nine, Prince Siddhartha, who had enjoyed the pleasures of the Infinite King, had many comforts, but everyone, big or small, had to face - aging, or - decay - suffering from various diseases and finally ending life with death - Patient - Seeing death itself, with more facts, struck a chord. Father King wanted me to see his sons become emperors by birth certificate and physical characteristics.


So the sons made every effort to keep the lay house in order. However, according to the Paramita Dhammas that the Venerable Bodhisattva brought with him, he focused on the fourfold value of birth, decay, sickness, and death, and the inherent value of making oneself aware of that path and making the world reborn. The only thought that came to the mind of the young Prince Siddhartha was that he could never find that way by enjoying royal pleasures like this.


On the eve of Vesak, the Bodhisattva had five wonderful dreams. The earth became a bed on which he slept. The Himalayas were a pillow resting on his head, with his right hand stretched out over the bed, his left hand stretched out over the ocean, his left leg stretched out over the southern ocean, and his left foot stretched over into the northern ocean.


This first dream tells us that he will become the greatest in the world. That he becomes a Buddha. The second dream appeared to him as follows. From his navel a cane tree rose so high that it could not be seen so high. This meant that he would make the world understand the Noble Eightfold Path he was discovering and lead the world community to the path of Nirvana. The third dream saw black-headed white worms rising from their feet and covering their knees.


The idea of ​​this dream is that tens of millions of lay people will become His contributors - followers. The fourth dream is as follows. Four lizards of different colors came from all four sides and landed at his feet - immediately white in color. This means that people belonging to the four castes of Kshatriya-Brahmin-Vaishya-Shudra are united in the Sasana and all of them attain Nirvana through pure rituals.


The fifth dream was a rock full of stinking debris. This is how Siddhartha Gautama Bodhisattva himself walked on that rock without getting involved in those impurities. It means that he becomes a very pure person without clinging to various profits - greed - honor - acceptance - praise.


They knew that these dreams foreshadowed that he would definitely become a Buddha. This enabled him to be very happy and to have a strong determination in his mind knowing that he could become a Buddha today. He also realized that he had seen this dream as a prelude to the success of Buddhism.Satisfied with this, the next day, on the fifteenth full moon day of Vesak, after consuming the milk alms offered by Goddess Sujatha Situ, they came to Bo Mada, polished the power and strength of the ten Parami Dhammas signed during the Sasara journey, and attained Samma Sambuddha by destroying all defilements.


From the time of enlightenment, according to the very words 'Atthaya, Hitaya, Sukhaya Deva Manussanang', the people of the world began to preach purple in order to further develop their material wealth, economic wealth and to create a friendly society by following each other in a friendly and friendly manner. As Sasara sought, a group of related monks also gathered around him.


No one in the world has ever been able to appreciate the immense service rendered by the Buddha for forty-five years. Thirty-five years after the birth of that great Lord, the fifteen full moon days of that year became Samma Sambuddha as mentioned here.Fifty-five years later, on the full moon day of Vesak, the Lord Buddha passed away, explaining to all the inhabitants of the world with God the threefold nature of impermanence, misery, and the infinite.

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