History Topics

YEAR OF TOPICS :
The Mind Dharma of the Sixth Patriarch
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Contents:
Day One: Dharma of Teachings, Dharma of Mind Day Two: Looking for the Ox-Mind
Day Three: Prajna and Emptiness
Day Four: Sudden and Gradual Enlightenment
Day Five: No Gateway to Mind Dharma
Day Six: Bodhi-mind and Renunciation
Glossary
The Six Paramitas
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Contents:
The First Paramita: Generosity
The Second Paramita: Morality
The Third Paramita: Patience
The Fourth Paramita: Diligence
The Fifth Paramita: Meditation
The Sixth Paramita: Wisdom
The Bodhisattva Precepts
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Contents:
Introduction
The Source of Compassion
Who Is a Bodhisattva?
How to Overcome Difficulties
On Vinaya Practice
The Five Precepts
The Ten Good Deeds
The Three Sets of Pure Precepts
On Violation of the Precepts
The Four Immeasurable Minds
The Four Methods of Inducement
Participation in the World
Setting in Motion the Dharma Wheel
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Contents:
Setting in Motion the Dharma Wheel
The Nature of Suffering
The Origin of Suffering
The Cessation of Suffering
New Year Celebration
End of Year's Caring

In 90 R.O.C., Dharma Drum established the DDM Social Welfare and Charity Foundation. The foundation doesn’t discriminate between religions, and it provides financial assistance and materials which assist the public during the Chinese New Year. The organization also offers long-term counseling and care to the poor, elderly, and handicapped, in cooperation with local government and schools.
Why Take Refuge in the Three Jewels?
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Contents:
Foreword
What is Taking Refuge in the Three Jewels?
Different Levels of the Three Jewels
How to Take Refuge in the Three Jewels?
The Benefits to Taking Refuge
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