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Das Leben eines buddhistischen Mönches (Cuộc Đời Của Người Tăng Sĩ - Phần 2 - Đức Ngữ) (PDF)

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Das Leben eines buddhistischen Mönches (Cuộc Đời Của Người Tăng Sĩ - Phần 2 - Đức Ngữ) (PDF)
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Das Leben eines buddhistischen Mönches

Tác giả: HT Thích Bảo Lạc & HT Thích Như Điển
Chuyển ngữ: Nguyễn Ngọc Tuấn & Nguyễn Thị Thu Cúc

TRƯỚC KHI VÀO SÁCH
 

Viết về cuộc đời của một Tăng Sĩ Phật Giáo lâu nay hình như chưa có ai nghĩ đến, và nếu có nghĩ đến chăng nữa, có nhiều vị cầm bút cho là quá thường tình; thường tình như bao sự thường tình khác của thế nhân. Thế nhưng có nhiều người muốn hiểu, vì vậy không quản tài còn non, sự học hỏi còn kém, chúng tôi và Đại Đức Thích Bảo Lạc nguyện đóng góp phần mình vào ngôi nhà văn hóa của Phật Giáo tại hải ngoại một chút gì để làm rạng rỡ cho quê hương, tình người và mối Đạo.

Kính mong những bậc tôn túc trưởng thượng có nhiều kinh nghiệm về công cuộc hành đạo và truyền đạo của các Ngài, cho chúng tôi nhiều lời chỉ giáo, để lần sau tái bản, chúng tôi có thể sửa đổi thành những điều tốt đẹp hơn, các Phật Tử được nhờ và bút giả xin vô cùng cảm tạ.

Chúng tôi cũng không quên Bộ Nội Vụ chính phủ Cộng Hòa Liên Bang Đức đặc trách về vấn đề Văn hóaTôn giáo đã khích lệ và ủng hộ chúng tôi từ vật chất đến tinh thần, mới có được kết quả như ngày hôm nay.

Sau cùng, chúng tôi xin chân thành đảnh lễ chư Tôn Sư, Thầy Tổ đã dày công huấn dục và tạo nên những duyên lành trong cuộc đời học Phật; có như thế chúng tôi mới có được cơ hội để giới thiệu đến quý vị tác phẩm nhỏ hôm nay.

Xin chân thành cảm tạ các Thiện Hữu Tri Thức, các nhà học Phật, các Phật Tử vì Đạo đã nâng đỡ chúng tôi hoàn thành được tác phẩm nhỏ này.
Nguyện đem công đức pháp thí này Hướng về khắp tất cả Đệ tử và chúng sanh Đếu tròn thành Phật Đạo.

Đông Quý Hợi, tháng 12 năm 1983.
HT THÍCH BẢO LẠC &  HT THÍCH NHƯ ĐIỂN


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