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The most direct and complete

The Buddhas feel compassion for the multitudes of deluded sentient beings, and put forth transformative teachings according to their various potentials. Although these teachings all derive from the same source, many different expedient methods are employed.  Among all these expedients, … Continue reading

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Master Honen’s Final Statement

Honen Shonin, the founder of the Pure Land school in Japan, opened wide the doors of Buddha Dharma to the entire Japanese society. While many of the established schools had taken a scholastic bent, pursuing rarefied doctrines and complex practices … Continue reading

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