There are different animal planes in the world. The Buddha taught that there are nine planes of animals of different natures. Some animal worlds belong to the genus ‘Ekatta Kaya Ekatta Sanji’. Then they are physically monotonous and mentally the same. That world belongs to the world of Abhassara Bamba. They enjoy immense pleasure. This is because it does not have the diversity that allows for a conflicting environment.
The human world is quite different. People belong to the category of ‘Nanatta Kaya Nanatta Sanji’ who experience a mixture of sorrow and pleasure. People’s bodies are different in nature, and their mental nature is also diverse. As a result, many of them struggle to divide into groups, even in the smallest of matters.
When their ideas are not fulfilled, when they oppose the ideology of others, they take on the nature of rival characters and harm each other in order to achieve their ideas. They mark hatred in their hearts. Then they try to suppress each other with absurd accusations, insults, insults and insults. It is against such backgrounds that long-lasting hatred arises.
It is clear that two friends who were together in the Serivanija Jataka have changed. One of those two friends is a pious man. The other is sinful. Because of this mental diversity, they became divided. That sinful friend’s trade was unrighteous. A helpless grandmother cheated and promised to give her granddaughter a ring in a pot of gold.
He said he would come later, and a pious friend who knew nothing of this also came there. When the gold plate was shown to him, he honestly stated the value of the plate and gave everything he had to his grandmother and took the gold plate.
The sinful friend fraudulently came back to get the gold plate but it did not have the gold plate. He ran in search of a friend, with a hatred for the gold plate. But it is too late. The friend is crossing the river. This sinful man took sand in his hands and knelt by the river and formed a hateful edition in his mind.
Little did he know that this would start a new hatred for Sasara and lead him to great destruction. That sinful friend died looking at the shadow of his friend across the river. “Good! You leave, but I will follow you with the number of grains of sand in my hand.
I will make up for the seat where my gold plate was stolen. ” Of course it was true. The other friend was none other than our Botanist. So when the Bodhisattva Guttila, the music teacher, was born, that sinful friend came in the guise of a student named Musila. He tortured his teacher in every possible way, not because of the teacher’s fault, but because of his hatred for Sasare. The Botanists endured it all.
This hatred, which came so long later, was encountered even in the soul of the Buddha. He came from Devatta and did not only harm himself. Devadatta lost the path of Nirvana to many. The faith was damaged. What happened was an overcoming of hatred. This culminated in the accumulation of extreme sinful deeds.
When one comes to practice the virtues of filling the parami, is it not because of an unfortunate edification made of hatred in the mind that another is tempted to come after him and torture him? It is natural for anyone to have rivals.
Even the Buddhas were beaten by the hatred of others. That’s how Sasare is. But it is a great pleasure to be able to escape from hatred without letting it arise. The teachings of the Buddha greatly help us to develop patience, not to allow hatred, and to get rid of it. It is especially important to read discourses such as the Kakachupama Sutta.
A strange Sasana variant called the Mahayana was born out of hatred. The Second Dharma Sangayana was held due to a group of monks who took the disciplinary teachings lightly and adopted ten points. There a group of Arahants held a conference with the intention of maintaining the Dharma Vinaya unchanged.
But the monks, who did not understand this and took the discipline lightly, became angry with the monks who had convened. What they did then was to propagate the widespread view that the path was deteriorating by raising dubious questions in the Dhamma in order to condemn the understanding of those monks.
Their idea was to oppose the Nirmala Sangha who opposed their views, not to honor the Nirmala Buddha Sasana. This situation developed so severely that by the time of the Third Dhamma Sangayana, the absurd ideologies built up by the monks came to the fore when reading the ‘storytelling’.
Their views were again attacked at the Third Dhamma Conference. What they did then was to abandon the Dhamma pattern of practice in the Aryan Eightfold Path, which is the practice of the Gautama Sasana, and to create the Mahayana by highlighting the concept of Parami Bodhisattva. The true God is to exclude the gods and create bodhisattva concepts. Due to this many people lost the Gautama Sasana. Is this anything but the result of hatred?
“So this is the Dhamma you understand. Patience is the Dhamma. Kindness is the Dhamma. Do not hate is the Dhamma. Do not hate is the Dhamma. Revenge is the Dhamma. Not doing it together, is the Dhamma. The spread of meth is the Dhamma. Without these, no matter how many sermons are preached from morning to evening, there are only a bunch of useless words. Therefore, it is a great benefit if the mind can grow in meth without forgetting the purpose of hatred. Happiness comes from compassion, not hatred. Therefore, the one who remembers the Dhamma, aside from victory and defeat, grows in compassion. It is a pleasure not to hate!”