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LESSON 4469 Mon 20 Jun 2022 Daily Wisdom DO GOOD PURIFY MIND Take me to the trees Hunger is the worst kind of illness said Buddha Grow vegetables and fruits🍍 🍊 πŸ₯‘ πŸ₯­ πŸ‡ 🍌 🍎 πŸ‰ πŸ’ πŸ‘ πŸ₯ vegetables πŸ₯¦ πŸ₯• πŸ₯— πŸ₯¬ πŸ₯” πŸ† πŸ₯œ πŸͺ΄ 🌱 πŸŽƒ πŸ«‘ πŸ…πŸœ πŸ§… πŸ„ 🍝 πŸ₯— πŸ₯’ 🌽 🍏 πŸ«‘ 🌳 πŸ“ 🍊 πŸ₯₯ 🌡 🍈 🌰 πŸ‡§πŸ‡§ 🫐 πŸ… 🍐 in pots.
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LESSON 4469 Mon 20 Jun  2022

Daily Wisdom

DO GOOD PURIFY MIND

The Tipitaka of Theravada Buddhism: A Simplified Summary
Take me to the trees

Hunger is the worst kind of illness said Buddha
Grow vegetables and fruits🍍 🍊 πŸ₯‘ πŸ₯­ πŸ‡ 🍌 🍎 πŸ‰ πŸ’ πŸ‘ πŸ₯ vegetables πŸ₯¦ πŸ₯• πŸ₯— πŸ₯¬ πŸ₯” πŸ†
πŸ₯œ πŸͺ΄ 🌱 πŸŽƒ πŸ«‘ πŸ…πŸœ πŸ§… πŸ„ 🍝 πŸ₯— πŸ₯’ 🌽 🍏 πŸ«‘ 🌳 πŸ“ 🍊 πŸ₯₯ 🌡 🍈 🌰 πŸ‡§πŸ‡§
🫐 πŸ… 🍐 in pots.
Statue of buddha with followers in Cambodian temple.

Statues depicting the disciples of the Buddha at Daigan-ji, a temple in Japan.

Ruins in Sravasti, India.

Painting of Devadatta in a temple with deciples.

Painting of Dhammadinna and Viskha from from a mural at Wat Pho, a temple in Bangkok, Thailand.

Statue of Khema with deciples.

Carving of Buddha and some of his diciples.
Painting of buddhist marriage in temple.

A carving depicting Patacara and buddha in a temple amongst a crowd.

Ivory carving of Buddha leaving a woman and child sleeping in bed.

Statues of Buddha, Mogallana and Sariputta in a museum.
The Upali Thein temple on a sunny day.

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Theravada
Buddhism is the school of Buddhism that takes its scriptural
inspiration from the Pali Canon, or Tipitaka , acknowledged as the
oldest record of the Buddha’s teachings.

For more info about
Theravada Buddhism, read: Theravada Buddhism 101: The Brief History,
Core Teachings, Fundamental Beliefs, Practices, and Related Issues

So what is β€˜Tipitaka’? What is this sacred text all about?

 
The
β€˜Tipitaka’ of Buddhism is the earliest collection of Buddhist teachings
and the only text acknowledged as canonical by Theravada Buddhism.

But
make no mistake about itβ€”the schools of the Mahayana (β€˜Greater
Vehicle’) branch also revere it, yet they regard as scripture additional
writings that are not accepted by Theravada.

 
For more
info about Mahayana Buddhism, read: Mahayana Buddhism 101: The Brief
History, Core Teachings, Fundamental Beliefs, Practices, and Related
Issues

Tipitaka really means β€œthree baskets,” from the manner by
which it was originally recorded: the texts were (1) written on long,
narrow leaves, which were (2) sewn at the edges, then (3) assembled into
bunches and stored in baskets.

This collection is also called
the β€˜Pali Canon,’ after the language in which it was first written.
Tipitaka is a massive collection of writings, comprising up to 50
volumes.

 
The Tipitaka contents were communicated orally, then written down in the third century B.C.

According
to Buddhist tradition, the contents of the Tipitaka were determined at
the First Buddhist Council, shortly after the death of Buddha.

 
It
is said that around 500 of Buddha’s disciples assembled, and upon the
instruction of Mahakashypa (Buddha’s successor), Buddha’s teachings were
recited in full.

They were then confirmed by others and organized into the Tripitaka.

The following are the three baskets:

Name of Basket
English name
Reciter
Description
β€˜Vinaya Pitaka’ (the first basket)
Discipline Basket

Sutta Pitaka’ (the second basket)
Discourse Basket


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