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Saturday, September 22, 2018
“Well-adorned is a peacock with splendid feathers, yet it is no better than a goose that can fly long distances; Wealth and power a common person may possess, yet such blessings pale in comparison with those of the ordained.”

DDM Sangha University held its annual monastic ordination ceremony at the anniversary of Earth Treasure Bodhisattva’s birthday (地藏菩薩聖誕) at 9.00 am on 9 Sept. With the blessings and congratulations given by 150 participants and 16 novice peer monks and nuns, all attendees witnessed the emerging pre-eminent monastics and acted in concert to pay tribute to the life-transforming ordained nuns.


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By ceasing bad acts and doing good deeds, our mind will be at peace; Let's join the repentuance ritual, and make up for our mistakes with courage!
It all started in 2010 at the first camp of “Experience Protecting the Spiritual Environment” (心靈環保體驗營) in Mianyang (綿陽)Secondary School in Sichuan in 2010. That was the first time I encountered Dharma Drum Mountain (DDM). At the camp, we played games, learned to relax and listened to Dharma teachers sharing their thoughts on “protecting the spiritual environment”. I realized that this group of people truly sought to help us. Therefore as soon as I graduated from High School, I returned as a volunteer to pass on to my younger friends what touched me. At the same time, I was determined to devote more time to get to know DDM better.
In a fast changing world, how can societies in the west and east invite collective insight by drawing on Buddhist wisdom, to map out a blueprint for Buddhist practice in the global community? To mark the imminent 70th anniversary of Humanity Magazine and commemorate the upcoming 10th anniversary of Master Sheng Yen’s passing in 2019, Humanity Magazine, Dharma Drum Corporation, DDM Public Buddhist Education Center, and Sheng Yen Education Foundation co-organized a Global Buddhist Community Symposium at the GIS NTU Convention Center on June 27, 2018. The symposium invited delegates from Buddhist sanghas, Buddhist publishers, and scholars across the globe to have a dialogue. Special guests and over 600 people attended the meeting.
In the age of multi-media and rapid changes, how does Buddhist publishing, as one important sector of Buddhism culture, proactively respond to society’s needs?
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Do you know that in a bowl of rice, every grain is infused with the flavor of Chan?

Nowadays, choosing to eat vegetarian is not only very convenient, but also a way to manifest compassion and the protection of sentient beings’ lives!

Come and join with Auntie Mei, to enjoy a beautiful mind of Vegetarian Diet.
The Social Welfare and Charity Foundation of Dharma Drum Mountain (法鼓山慈善基金會), DDM SWCF, supported by the love from society, donated a Community Shuttle Bus to provide free transportation for the blessed aboriginal tribes of Nan-ao Village. The ceremony to donate this bus was held in front of the Ataya Culture Center (泰雅文化館) at 9:00 a.m. on July 2nd. Tribal seniors, the head of each village and the principals of several schools, accompanied by around 100 villagers, participated in the ceremony. Together, they dedicated passionate dances and warm blessings, in celebration of this event.
In principle, Buddhism has no dogmas. What are closest to being dogmatic are the precepts. But precepts for Buddhists are not a covenant with God, so they are not mysterious as in some religions. Precepts in Buddhism come from principles of ethics and are hence purely rational.
The eighth Dharma Drum Mountain Global Sangha Assembly took place at Dharma Drum Mountain World Center for Buddhist Education on June 26, with over 300 monastics at home and from aboard in attendance. The assembly passed the resolution to appoint Ven. Guo Huei (果暉法師) as DDM’s sixth abbot-president.
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should they also take refuge in the Three Jewels?
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