Let me tell you today what happened before the end of Buddhism, nothing in this world is permanent. Someday the world will be destroyed. All people die. And every religion is deteriorating little by little. If you want to know what is happening in this world before the end of Buddhism, read this very simple article.
Today we are going to talk in a very different way about a very important topic that many people talked about. As a Buddhist, it is important to know how the Supreme Buddha preached about the end of Buddhism. This was a fairly long article as it has been covered in a number of formulaic sermons. The end of Buddhism does not begin today but yesterday. According to the causal theory, it ends with the beginning.
The reasons for this are described here. Buddhism spread in India at that time in a society full of Brahmanical beliefs and theorists. At such a time, Buddhism was able to take man beyond contemporary religious ideologies. Buddhism, which originated in India because of the essence of no religion or philosophy, is spreading rapidly all over the world, even at the moment of more than two thousand six hundred years. But Buddhism does not spread by conquest or destruction of villages. By uniting people around Buddhism.
Today, various forces have been formed around the world to destroy Buddhism on a large scale. The main reason for this is that Buddhism rejects theism and introduces a different religion to the world. Some people mortgage their religion when they get married. Religion is sold for material purposes, to cure disease, and for deprivation. There is also a growing Buddhist force against this. There is something to be said here. That is, Buddhism cannot be destroyed by any of these forces. So how can Buddhism be destroyed? Now we come to the part where we talk about the middle ground.
The Supreme Buddha has preached in a number of Sutta sermons that Buddhism will be destroyed in the future by the monks who take the Sasana. There is something to be taken from the past here. It should be remembered that the destruction of the Sasana caused by the monks who fell in love with the relics during the reign of King Dharmasoka was greater than the pagan influences on Buddhism up to that time.
Let me first tell you about this with an example. If someone in your home wants to cause an accident, who is the easiest person to do it? It’s easier for someone in this country than in another. It’s more convenient for someone in your area than anywhere else in this country. It’s more convenient for a neighbor than for someone in your area. It’s even easier for someone who lives in your home. It seems that if something is to be destroyed, it will be easier to accomplish it by getting closer to it. Accordingly, it is necessary to understand the point made above. That is, the monks and the Buddhist laity must realize that Buddhism can be easily destroyed.
Can the laity be blamed for the corrupt clergy?
Let me first recall some of the points mentioned in the Lohichcha Sutta of the Deegha Nikaya. “Lohichcha, there are three patrons in this world who deserve to be accused. If anyone accuses such scribes, those accusations are true. Agrees with the Dhamma. Is correct. Whichever of the three, Lohichcha, a certain patron of the world goes out of the lay house for some purpose and is ordained in the Sasana, and he does not receive the Arahantship which is the result of that Shramanaism. He preaches the Dhamma to his disciples, saying, “This is for pleasure,” and although his disciples do not have the right to accuse the laity of bhikkhus, they do not set their minds on the same Dhamma, but under the guidance of the Apostle. Even if he stays away, he will be charged. ”
Lohichcha, I will say one more thing. Whether a patron of the world goes out of the laity for some purpose, or whether he has not received the Arahantship which is the result of that asceticism, he does not come to that Arahantship, but for the sake of the disciples, for the sake of the Thapa, for the sake of the Thopa. If he preaches the Dhamma to his disciples, and his disciples listen to it and set their minds on the same Dhamma, and he does not deviate from the admonition of the Apostle, he will be accused. ”
“Lohichcha, if any patron of the world goes out of the secular house for some purpose and is ordained as a Rahat, which is the result of that Shramana, he comes to that Rahat and enjoys this for the disciples, for Thapa, for the mind, for Thapa. If he preaches the Dhamma to his disciples, and his disciples do not listen to it, and do not set their minds on the same Dhamma, and stay away from the admonition of the Apostle, then he will be accused. ”
The first mention of this is to show that it is wrong for anyone to think that the laity has no right to accuse the monks.
Life of Buddhism
The life of Buddhism is discipline. Arahant Sariyuttha once came before the Buddha and asked: The Supreme Buddha said, “Lord, what a blessed Buddha’s Sasana will not last long.”
“Shariputra, Blessed Vipassi, Blessed Sikh and Blessed Vessabhu, endeavored to preach the Dhamma in detail to the disciples. Disciples were not disciplined. Pratimoksha was not preached. After the enlightenment of the Blessed Buddhas, after the enlightenment of the disciples who heard and understood from the Buddha, there was a disciple who was after him, who had different names, who had different tribes, who had been ordained from different clans, and that Dhamma disappeared immediately. He did. Shariputra, which is somehow placed in a flower tray and not attached to a string, disintegrates, blows, and destroys as if it were scattered in the air. The disciples, who were ordained of various races, immediately disappeared from the Dhamma. ”
It was also preached that the reign of the Buddhas Kakusanda, Konagama and Kashyapa lasted a long time because of the preaching of Pratimoksha. The Buddha has preached in the Bhikku Vibhanga of the Vinaya Pitaka that the existence of the Sasana of the Buddhas is determined by the Vinaya Pratimoksha. This implies that discipline does not affect the Sasana of the Buddhas as much as the life of the Sasana.
How the poor destroy Buddhism.
This is preached in the Chorabala Sutta. “Sir, at one time thieves were strong and kings were weak. Kings are not allowed to enter or leave the city. Fear the thieves and obey. Similarly, while sinful monks are powerful at some point, virtuous monks are weak. The monks are silent and angry in the middle. This is to the detriment of many, ”he preached.
The parable of the sower of the Anguttara sect is preached about the various groups in the Sutras. In all of the same sutras, two opposing groups are preached. This is just a list of some of them.
“Sir, these are two people. Which two, the famous ones and the deep ones? Who are the famous people, Yath Mahanai, a certain group of monks in this Sasana were arrogant? These are the ones who have emptiness, who are fickle, who have cruel words, who have a deceived mind, who have no wisdom, who do not have a consensual mind, who has a particularly troubled mind, who have no instincts. Shallow people. ” [Uttaniparisa Sutra]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the racial disunity and the unity group? What is the disunity of the people, Maharani? There are some monks in this Sasana who have quarrels and riots, who have come to the opposition and live with each other with seven words, these are the types of dissenters. ” [Waggaparisa Sutra]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the people who have the greatest people and the people who have the greatest people. Those who have lost the noblest are those who adhere to the permanence of certain bhikkhus in the Sasana, who do not respect the discipline of the Sasana, who do not strive for Nirvana, who do not strive for Nirvana. [Aggawathiparisa Sutra]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the Aryans and the non-Aryans? Mahanadi, no matter who the Aryans are if they do not know that the Pentateuch is misery, that lust is the cause of suffering, that lust is the cause of suffering, that lust is the cause of suffering, that lust is the cause of suffering, that the Aryan path is the path to suffering. It is said that these are not the Aryans, even though they do not know enough. [Ariya Sutra]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the whip (empty) group and the manda (essence) group. Mahanai, who are the people who are being whipped, that is, the monks of a certain group in this Sasana are being prejudiced by the vote, prejudiced by hatred, prejudiced by delusion, prejudiced by fear. ” [kasaṭa sutraya]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the undisciplined and the undisciplined? Ladies and Gentlemen, these undisciplined people are those who are profound, profound, transcendent, emptiness-filled, those who are happy, who do not listen, who do not listen, who do not hold their minds. There are certain sutras uttered by external disciples outside the Sasana, who do not learn the Dhammas to be learned, and listen to it with a happy heart, and do not inquire into the doctrines which cause suspicion, and do not dispel doubts. These are undisciplined people. ” [Ukta Sutra]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the people who do not respect the Dhamma and the people who do not respect the Dhamma. Mahanai, who are the four non-believers who have respected the Dhamma? The bhikkhu who came and said, “Asaval bhikkhu is freed from the faith, Asaval bhikkhu is devout, Asaval bhikkhu is virtuous, Asaval bhikkhu is lame, Asaval bhikkhu is filthy, Asaval bhikkhu gets all fours by their virtues,” It is said that they did not respect the Dhamma. [Amisagar Sutra]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are heterogeneous and heterogeneous? What are the heterogeneous people, Mahanani, whether there are unrighteous deeds in the people of this Sasana, whether there are no dharma deeds, whether there are anti-disciplinary deeds, whether there are no disciplinary deeds, whether the unrighteous deeds shine, whether the dharma deeds do not shine? The group is.[visamaparisa sutraya]
“Sir, these are two people. Which two are the righteous and the unrighteous? Mahanai, these are the unrighteous people of this Sasana, whether there are unrighteous deeds, whether there are no dharma deeds, whether there are anti-disciplinary deeds, whether there are no disciplinary deeds, whether the unrighteous deeds shine, whether the dharma deeds do not shine. [Adhammika Sutra]
In this way, the Supreme Buddha has preached many things that can exist in monks. Bhikkhus with such characters are more or less present in the time of Buddha, in this age, and in the future. It must be said that a monk is superior to the laity, no matter how filthy he may be.
Today some monks are going to make the country. Furthermore, monks auction the Dhamma for rupees. Some monks do not even wear a chivara. Some monks try to remove Abhidharma from Buddhism. All this shows is that King Kosol’s eleventh dream is coming true.
It has been stated that the Buddha Sasana will deteriorate in the future in five ways. Read this article written in detail about it.
(01) Reciprocal disappearance
(02) Policy inclusion
(03) Peripheral disappearance
(04) Gender Disappearance
(05) Relic Disappearance
What do we do?
When you recall these facts, you will see in front of you the monks who have such characters in today’s society and the impact it has had. There are many examples of the impact of Buddhism on Buddhism, and this article concludes. But that is not what should be done here. Successful Bhikkhus Supesala Shikshakami Bhikkhus are still working in this Dharmadwipa. As long as they are protected, Buddhism will remain in this country. Just as Buddhist forces are building up to secular influences in society today, we must protect our monks.
Due to the division into different sects, the Sangha power has decreased today. If it is possible to strive to attain Nibbana by preserving the least developed Sangha generation in the world, it is, in fact, Buddhism. He mentioned two things that you should do before the end of Buddhism.
Anyone who reads this article is free not to. Anyone who reads this article can forget these facts by now. Another person can memorize these points very well and explain them to another person. Also, a few can do something to protect the monks. However, even the Supreme Buddha could not prevent the destruction of Buddhism. That is the reality of impermanence. Therefore, if the Sambuddha Sasana takes a step forward for Nibbana in this age of world domination, that is the ultimate goal of this article.