Attending The Death Anniversary And Releasing In Can Tho City

Update: 14/12/2017
Shaman Vien Nhan said: “For serious diseases, accidents, etc. , if something unhappy can happen in our incarnation, it is because killing karma in a previous life and in case we had made it, we had to bear our retributions. The solution way is releasing. We repay beings for countless killing in the past, which we could compensate for this debt by using our money and efforts to save their life.

Attending The Death Anniversary  And Releasing In Can Tho City


"The most precious thing of every being is life. If we kill them, they feel  most resentful. Therefore, killing is the heaviest karma. In contrast, saving their life, they feel the most appreciated and creating the most blessings".

In the morning October 11th , 2017 (Lunar October 24th - Rooster Year), Junior Venerable Thich Tam Hue and Buddhists of Hoang Phap Pagoda, Tan Hiep Commune, Hoc Mon District came to Can Tho city.

The group attended at Quang Duc pagoda in Can Tho city for the 27th death anniversary of Abbot Thich Buu Lai, the Mastertransferring Triratna and Five Precepts for Junior Venerable Thich Tam Hue. The charity group burned incense sticks, offered  dedicate donation to the  Buddha. The monks of Quang Duc pagoda and Venerable Thich Tam Hue cited and went around the Abbot tower to show their respect for "Grateful and Repayable".

 â€œGratitudes for bringing up all my life

Teachers’s grace is too great to repay”

 Then, the group bought birds to set free. The scene here was bustling when we arrived. The group got 1000 swallow birds being worth 3,500,000 dong. It seems that the birds are surprised and happy. They hustled and whistled when getting out of the cage. The group took refuge to them and reciting Buddhas to return them to the nature. The group also bought 2,650 kilograms of fish, 600 kilograms of snails with the total money of 60,800,000 dong from Buddhists such as Ms Nguyen Thi Bich Huong, Tinh Viet, Ms Duc Duong, Minh Chat ashrams (in Can Tho) and Buddhists in domestic and foreign countries. The charity trip ended in the joy of all.

Below are some recorded photos:

Translated into English by Nguyen Kha Vi

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