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本書收錄了證嚴法師所講述之真實人生故事以及佛典故事。正如證嚴法師所說:「心寬是善,念純是美,心寬念純能令人歡喜,也就是人文的根本。」期待本書可以啟發更多發心菩薩,秉持真誠的愛心、純真寬大的心胸而付出,共同成就美善人間。
 
This book includes stories from the Buddha’s time and instances from daily life. Master Cheng Yen says, “A spacious heart is goodness, and pure thoughts are beauty. An open heart and pure thoughts bring joy and are the foundation of our humanistic culture.” She hopes that there will be more aspiring bodhisattvas who hold onto sincere love and benefit others with pure and open hearts. In doing so, we can create a world of goodness and beauty together.

作者簡介

Dharma Master Cheng Yen was born in 1937 in a small town in Taichung County, Taiwan. When she was twenty-three years old, she left home to become a Buddhist nun, and was instructed by her mentor, Venerable Master Yin Shun, to work “for Buddha’s teachings, for sentient beings.” In 1966, she founded a charity, which later turned into the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, to “help the poor and educate the rich”—to give material aid to the needy and inspire love and humanity in both givers and recipients.
 
In recent years, Master Cheng Yen’s contributions have been increasingly recognized by the global community. In 2011, she was recognized with the Roosevelt Institute’s FDR Distinguished Public Service Award and was named to the 2011 TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people. In 2014, she was presented with Rotary International’s Award of Honor in recognition of her humanitarian efforts and contributions to world peace.                                                                                                                             

 
證嚴上人於一九三七年,出生於臺灣臺中清水。上人服膺上印下順導師「為佛教、為眾生」之慈示奉持不懈。一九六六年創辦佛教克難慈濟功德會,自此展開「濟貧教富」的工作。慈濟世界在法師慈悲呵護下,數十年來,一步一步地堅實茁壯;發展為慈善、醫療、教育、人文四大志業,以及國際賑災、環境保護、社區志工、骨髓捐贈八大腳印,透過親手拔除眾生的苦痛,以善與大愛膚慰人間。近年來,證嚴上人的貢獻獲得國際間一致推崇;於2011年獲美國羅斯福基金會頒贈「傑出公共服務獎」, 並被時代雜誌列為2011年全球百大最具影響力人物。2014年獲頒國際扶輪社「最高榮譽獎」,肯定證嚴上人對於人道主義精神與世界和平的貢獻。
  • Foreword by the Editors
    • True Wealth
    • Compete to Do Good
    • Worldly Matters in a Circle
    • If Not Now, Then When?
    • A Diamond and a Rock
    • The Story of the Ugly Princess
    • A Heart of Deep Resolve
    • Giving Rise to Bodhicitta
    • Nothing Is Everlasting in Life
    • A Hundred-Year-Old Monastic
    • The Karma of Three Periods and the Twelve Links of Existence
    • Doing Good Deeds in Life Is Most Beautiful
    • Strength-of-Five-Hundred and the Old Bhiksu
    • “I Must Take Part”
    • Setting Aside the Bow and Arrow in Our Hearts
    • With Wisdom, There Is No Discrimination
    • Sustain Your Aspirations; Attain Buddhahood
    • Sustaining Our Initial Aspirations
    • Our Minds Are Like a Piece of White Cloth
    • End Suffering by Transforming Suffering
    • A Buddha or a Demon Lies Within a Single Thought
    • The Natural State Is the Wondrous Dharma
    • The Buddha and the Herd of Cows
    • Paving the Bodhisattva Path Ourselves
    • The Old Monk and the Young Novice
    • The Causes and Conditions of Creating Blessings
    • Work Hard without Complaint, Serve Others with Joy
    • Trading Cigarettes for Steel
    • A Blind Man Fixes Clocks
    • The Law of Arising and Ceasing Is Emptiness
    • Forming Good Affinities and Eliminating Bad Affinities
    • The Radiance of Our Intrinsic Nature
    • The Most Blessed Person in the World
    • Pharmacology of the Mind
    • Eliminating the View of Self
    • The Japanese Samurai Who Dug a Tunnel
    • The Girl Whose Feet Could Do Anything
    • Transforming Suffering into Joy
    • Lighting Infinite Lamps
    • Humbling Ourselves and Expanding Our Hearts
    • The Discriminating Mind and Impartial Wisdom
    • Learning to Be a Bodhisattva
    • Mindfully Tempering Our Wisdom
    • The Story of the Wandering Poor Son
    • An Angry Heart Is Like Fire
    • Gratitude Is the Way to Happiness
    • Innocence Is Beauty
    • Taking Joy in the Peace of Sentient Beings
    • Liu Bowen and Equal-to-Zhuge
    • Planting All Virtuous Causes
    • Our Spiritual Aspirations Are Always Before Us
    • The Greatest Suffering
    • The Dharma Name “Tzu Lai”
    • With Every Word We Say, We Bless Ourselves
    • A Loving Heart and Peace of Mind
    • Cherishing Our Blessings Brings More Blessings
    • The Significance of Giving
    • Empathy Brings Happiness
    • Sariputra Gives Away His Eyes
    • Compensation for a Traffic Accident
    • Arrogance and Wisdom
    • A Story of Repentance
    • Forgiving Others to Bring Beauty to Life
    • Suffering and Joy Lie in a Single Thought
    • The Most Blessed Life
    • Guiding a Lost Child with Wisdom
    • One Deviant Thought
    • The Physical Body Brings Suffering
    • The Winter Is Over
    • A Voluntary Street Cleaner
    • A Pure Stream of Love
    • Attachment to Dharma Makes Us More Deluded
    • Always Be Mindful and Understanding
    • The Path Is Everywhere
    • Recognizing, Cherishing, and Creating Blessings
    • Maintaining a State of Tranquility
    • A Daughter-In-Law for Rent
    • A Request for Euthanasia
    • The Scientific Nature of Buddhism
    • Forgiving with a Broad Mind
    • Beauty Comes from Within
    • The Profound Love of Parents
    • Respecting Our Own Choices
    • A Mother’s Love Is Like a Flowing River
    • Focus for Sale
    • Work Willingly and Joyfully Accept What Comes
    • Remembering Our Roots
    • Lamenting Unfilial Children
    • Begging as a Hobby
    • Clinging to Ashes
    • The Story of a Marriage
    • The Mind Is the Root of All Evil
    • Permeated by Goodness
    • When Familial Love Turns into Afflictions
    • Changing One’s Heart Rather Than One’s Fortune
    • The Sad White Dog
    • A Stubborn Daughter
    • The Bodhisattva Path Is a Circular Track
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