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True tolerance is the combination of tragedy and wisdom

2019-3-11 14:26| 发布者: 左二爷| 查看: 202| 评论: 0|来自: 四川耍耍网www.scshuashua114.com

摘要: Do not do to others what you do not want to do to others. These two sentences are the basic basis for Confucian practitioners of forgiveness. "The Doctrine of the Mean" said: "Loyalty and forgiv ...
Do not do to others what you do not want to do to others. These two sentences are the basic basis for Confucian practitioners of forgiveness. "The Doctrine of the Mean" said: "Loyalty and forgiveness are not far from the Tao, and do to yourself rather than to others." Buddhism is not only "don't do what you don't want to do to others", but also use the spirit of Bodhisattva to actively help and benefit people. Especially those who hurt themselves.

Question: I think tolerance is mutual. Just like helping each other, it's necessary to fight back when others are fierce to you. Otherwise, you can't raise your head. What does the mage think?

Master Zong Shun:

Buddhism advocates "forgiving with wisdom and forgiving with compassion". Wisdom is to recognize that when others are cruel to you, they will have serious consequences, and he himself does not know that he will suffer the consequences, and your heart will naturally rise to compassion. It is also a kind of compassion and affection for him.

Question: Is there any story or allusion of tolerance in Buddhism?

Master Zong Shun:

There are many such stories. Let's tell you a story recorded in the Miscellaneous Analogy Sutra (Volume 2). In the past, the elder Fujiaro had two sons. Before he died of serious illness, he told his elder son, "My brother is young, you should take good care of him and not let him suffer." After the death of the elder Fujiaro, the brothers obeyed their father's wishes and lived together in harmony. Later, the brother's wife persuaded her husband: "When your brother grows up, he will certainly divide property with us. In order to prevent trouble, why not drive him out of the house now?" At first, my brother was unwilling to do so. Later, he couldn't resist his wife's agitation. He forgot his father's warning before he died and decided to kill his brother. One day, the brothers walked all the way to the Cemetery outside the city. Brother took advantage of his brother's neglect, tied him to a cypress tree, the original killing brother thought of two brothers a game, but also ruthless, so he wanted to throw him into the wilderness, let the tiger wolf, devil eat. The elder brother deceived his younger brother and said, "You have done a lot of wrong recently. Today, you will be punished to stay here for the night, so that you can have a good reflection. I'll pick you up early tomorrow morning." So he left without looking back. In the dark, the roar of birds and animals frightened the helpless younger brother. He cried loudly and sighed at the sky and said, "Now I am in a very difficult and terrible situation. Who of the three boundaries has enough compassion to relieve my fear?" At this time, the Buddha shined with meditation, not only removing the darkness, but also the rope on his brother fell off naturally. The Buddha came to his brother and asked him, "Do you have any wishes?" Knowing that it was the Buddha's compassion that helped him get out of trouble, my brother vowed at the moment: "May I have the Supreme Bodhisattva mind to achieve Buddhism and Taoism in the future, and be able to get rid of all living beings and make them happy from suffering!" The Buddha then preached the Dharma for him, and after receiving the benefit of Dharma, his brother told the Buddha: "Although my brother had evil thoughts and harmed me against his father's will, it was because of this that I was able to see the Dharma and cut off the suffering of life and death. Now I should go back and repay his kindness." When the younger brother came home, they were very ashamed of their evil deeds and had no face to see each other. Brother told his brother: "Although you listened to his wife's bad words and imprisoned me in the grave, but because of this, I can hear Buddhism, relieve worries and become a Taoist career, it is very grateful to you!" Next, my brother preached Buddhist Dharma for the couple, and made them open their minds to interpretation. At present, he was able to prove that the fruit of Sutaku was needed.

Question: Is this what Buddhism says about revenging one's grievances with virtue?

Master Zong Shun:

It's really a reward for good. But Buddhism is not blindly unconditional and indulgent in evil deeds without distinguishing right from wrong. As recorded in the Analects of Confucius, some people asked Confucius, "How can we repay our grievances with virtue?" Confucius, however, said that we should "repay our grievances with honesty and reward our virtues with virtue". Reporting complaints directly means responding to complaints with impartiality and integrity. This attitude is actually very pragmatic. From the Buddhist point of view, that is the theory of karma for good and evil, that is to say, if there are good and evil reasons, there must be corresponding happy and bitter results. The so-called good cause will produce happy fruit, called good cause and happy fruit; evil cause will produce bitter fruit, called evil cause and bitter fruit. Kang Seng-jian's translation of The Book of Infinite Longevity reads as follows: "Between heaven and earth, there are five distinct paths, broad and graceful, vast and vast, rewarding good and evil, and inheriting good and bad." According to legend, Su Dongpo read the passage "Curse all poisons, harm the person you want, recite the Guanyin power, and (zhu) in his own" in the book "Guan Shiyin Bodhisattva Pumen Pin of the Miaofa Lianhua Sutra". He thought: "If the poison is still written by himself, it will lose Buddha's mercy, and when the two families of Yun are always okay." (See Master Lianchi's book "Shurangama Sutra Touching Elephants") This phrase is laughed at by later generations. In fact, the poisoner was poisoned by his own poisoning, not Guanyin Bodhisattva's punishment for him, Master Lianchi explained: in practice, evil is more than right, mercy can make a murder. "Now with the great sad power of mindfulness Guanyin, naturally it still exists. For example, bloody spraying still defiles oneself and burns one's forehead against the fire. Unexpectedly, it is not Guanyin who imposes punishment on the other. This can also be categorized as direct complaints. We advocate "forgiveness with wisdom and tolerance with compassion", that is, to recognize the truth with wisdom, to treat with compassion and kindness, and to have both compassion and wisdom. That is true tolerance.

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