Have you ever been blamed for something you didn’t do? Most people have. It doesn’t feel good, does it? We may even get angry at the person who is accusing us. And afterwards most people don’t learn anything from the situation. Maybe they just complain about the person who accused them. But do they attain the first stage of enlightenment from being accused? Well, today we’ll hear about a farmer who, with the help of the Supreme Buddha, was able to attain the first stage of enlightenment learning from the situation of being wrongly accused.Contents
5:27 Story of the wrongly accused farmer 17:59 Paticca Samuppada Samudayo and Nirodho, Arising and Cessation of Causality. Read online or download a PDF.Related Book
Mahamevnawa Pali-English Paritta Chanting Book. Get your own copy.
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