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Lotus Sutra

19/03/201417:35(Xem: 1403)
Lotus Sutra
The Lotus Sutra

Translated by Burton Watson

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Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: Expedient Means

Chapter Three: Simile and Parable

Chapter Four: Belief and Understanding

Chapter Five: The Parable of the Medicinal Herbs

Chapter Six: Bestowal of Prophecy

Chapter Seven: The Parable of the Phantom City

Chapter Eight: Prophecy of Enlightenment for Five Hundred Disciples

Chapter Nine: Prophecies Conferred on Learners and Adepts

Chapter Ten: The Teacher of the Law

Chapter Eleven: The Emergence of the Treasure Tower

Chapter Twelve: Devadatta

Chapter Thirteen: Admonition to Embrace the Sutra

Chapter Fourteen: Peaceful Practices

Chapter Fifteen: Emerging from the Earth

Chapter Sixteen: The Life Span of the Tathagata

Chapter Seventeen: Distinction of Benefits

Chapter Eighteen: The Benefits of Joyful Acceptance

Chapter Nineteen: The Benefits of the Teacher of the Law

Chapter Twenty: Bodhisattva Never Disparaging

Chapter Twenty-one: The Mystic Powers of the Tathagata

Chapter Twenty-two: Entrustment

Chapter Twenty-three: The Former Deeds of Bodhisattva Medicine King

Chapter Twenty-four: Bodhisattva Myozon

Chapter Twenty-five: The Universal Gate of Bodhisattva Kanzeon

Chapter Twenty-six: Dharani (Protective Spells)

Chapter Twenty-seven: The Former Deeds of King Wondrous Splendor

Chapter Twenty-eight: The Encouragement of Bodhisattva Universally Worthy
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