In some of the articles, I read by chance these days, and in the commentaries, I heard from the monks by chance, I saw very sad expressions about the seen to hear. This time the editorial is dedicated to openly inquiring into this matter and making a decision !!!
The omniscience or the “all-seeing wisdom” in the Samma Sambuddha Fathers is the wisdom that is available to all of us.
The reason for this is that according to the Tripitaka, everything is; The eye, the ear, the nose, the tongue, the body, the mind, and the images, sounds, smells, tastes, touches, and things that are accessible to them are all things that are omniscient, and that is nothing but the realization of all these things.
That is to say, when the Samma Sambuddha tells the disciples to understand everything, it is pointed out that they should acquire this omniscient knowledge. But for a mindset that does not really understand religion, all that is said in these “all” is only an interpretation and understanding of what one knows in relation to what one knows. It is impossible to see the depth of this “everything” and to understand that there is no approach.
Here I will not point out the reasons for the attainment of omniscient knowledge by the great realists. Instead, I will show you something that you can openly ask wisely.
How many things do you know? How much do you know about various subjects? Now think about it, do you get a chance to share all your knowledge with the people you meet in life or the opportunities you get, or at least let others know that you know so much?
When someone asks you a question, do you even have the opportunity to say almost everything you know about that question? If you have developed the mind through meditation, compare your knowledge with the knowledge of someone who lives a normal life. I do not need to answer, do I?
Ask wisely … When you do not have the opportunity to share or write down your knowledge … When even those around you have no idea about your knowledge, ask a Samma Sambuddha who is well versed in every subject in the world. Do you still think there may be people who even know?
“In short, the Buddha saw that there were burning Shramana ghosts, but he did not say so until the Mughals saw it and declared it, because he knows with all his wisdom that there are people in the world who do not believe what the Buddha said about you. That being the case, it would be foolish to think that he would need to talk about dinosaurs, computers, etc.”
It is a fact that I always point out that if one is of the opinion that a Samma Sambuddha has not said anything without the Dhamma, which is only a summary of fifty books called the Tripitaka, he has not yet understood who the Buddha is in the Dhamma or the Dhamma. If Tripitaka does not mention the age of dinosaurs or the technological age with computers, then there is no better way to log Buddhism than to think that the Buddha did not say so.
But if one still thinks, I will say, “Show all the Buddhas in the Tripitaka itself as a great tooth …”
The Tripitaka contains the teachings of the Buddha at the beginning of the world and the end of the world … on the attitudes and social behavior of people in the future. and on the disappearance of the Sasana and on the perpetrators … as well as descriptions of the solar system and the universe and other universes and alien worlds that scientists have yet to come close to imagining. as well as 31 species of living things invisible to the naked human eye, and every beginning of microbes The root causes of an organism’s very existence.
So if you argue that the fathers of the Samma Sambuddha are not omniscient because you are not in the book or in the book who argues that the world of the world from the beginning to the end and in the meanwhile everything that the sage saw in his wisdom has not yet been told by computers or dinosaurs, you still have the slightest bit of Samma Sambuddha subject matter Not a passerby.
“But there is something to be said. It is truly miraculous that the Buddha has said this about you who are arguing like this. It is not just about those who make such arguments, it has been pointed out with reason why such arguments arise. But it has also shown the inability to choose.”
So in addition to this, the book tells us about 6 unique omniscient knowledge that only a Samma Sambuddha can know so that you can accept them only because they were there.
The subject of enlightenment is a state of mind in which one chooses in an ordinary defiled state of mind. The same is true of the Buddha subject of a disciple called Rahatphalaya. Even though this Shravaka is so close to the subject called Buddha that it removes the defilements, the subject of Samma Sambuddha can only be seen through the mind of another Samma Sambuddha.
The danger of holding on to such ideas here is that every time this person holds this idea, he goes away from the virtues of the great Samma Sambuddha. There is a feeling that the Samma Sambuddha Fathers are not special. We also feel that getting into that situation is an easy task for those who eat cashews. Experienced people know how difficult it is to eat cashews.
If so, one should be wise to understand that due to such opinions held by oneself, even the noble Triple Gem will shrink and move further and further away from the path of Nirvana, which is not a good thing that will happen.
If one sees the Dhamma of Sambuddha only from what is in the book, it is a good thing to keep in mind that there is a great danger and not a path to Nirvana! May the blessings of the Triple Gem continue to be seen and liberated by seeing the true religion which is not an accepted religion because it is accepted by faith or by knowledge based on logic !!!