Once upon a time in Vietnam
Lủa phâtDVD | Vietnamese
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Before the irresistible warmth of sleep carries me off to the land of dreams. Once upon a time, foreign invaders came from distant lands to conquer our beloved country. Time and time again, they were exorcized by the most elite of the Monk-Hood. The elite of these elites were known as The Masters. When peace was restored, some of their brothers returned to the sanctity of the temple. But the Masters stayed behind, bound by an oath to protect our nation. Somebody says they were forced to make the ultimate sacrifice for their country. But ask those who have been to battles. Once your eyes have seen war, there is no returning home.
It is the Buddha's teachings. Man covets what he sees, touches, tastes. He creates likes and dislikes, good and bad. All of these things bring him sufferings and pain. Until you understand that, the pain of Samsara is inevitable. Why did you come here, my son?
-I came to seek forgiveness.
Sufferings and pain and hatred, regrets... they are like a fire that can burn down a house. They need our immediate attention. Until you forgive yourself... the road ahead for you will be long and never-ending.
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