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Rules by Buddha

Comforts never come in search of human beings. But suffering pursues the man wherever he goes. A human being born in such a world has difficulty, in eliminating the misery he already has and prevent getting caught in further suffering; acquire the comforts he has never experienced and keep hold on to the comforts he already has; and be reborn in a better plane of existence after death. To accomplish these five issues, one should follow lot of instructions.They are called rules. The Buddha has preached a set of such rules to follow for one’s benefit, in this world and the world after death. Following these rules not only benefit one, but others too.
Though this set of ‘Rules of Buddha’ are absolute and perfect, they are not grouped properly in one place in the Pali Canon, but scattered all over. Therefore, most people haven’t got the chance to make use of them to their advantage.
For this reason, we have decided to group some of the very important out of them and put forward to our faithful readers for their benefit, in segments.
1)      A person needs a brain (wisdom) or an education to live properly in this world. Those who have none of them act like blind buffalos, in the society.    (Gandhara Jathaka)
2)      A person, even if born unintelligent, but acquires wisdom by learning under an educator, behaves suitably and composedly in the world. (Gandhara Jathaka)
3)      All Buddhas advise to refrain from doing sinful deeds, acquire merit & purify one’s mind. (Deegha Nikaya, Mahapadana Sutta)
4)      For success, one should have the greatest wealth, good health; follow righteous customs; follow the advice of the nobles; be educated; behave according to the teachings of Buddha and be active. (Aththassadwara Jathaka)
5), 6),7)  A layman should observe eight points for the benefit of his present life and the life after death.
They are: Perseverance in whatever one does; being able to carry out one’s affairs suitably and without delay; leading a life of equal earning & expenditure; protect the wealth one has; being virtuous; being liberal and having the wisdom to clear the path to a better life after death. (Anguththara Nikaya, Attakha Nipatha)
8) The person who is noble and has wisdom glows among the people akin to a blazing fire on top of a mountain.
The person who makes an effort without worrying and harassing others, accumulates wealth like a growing anthill; akin to a bee who takes honey without harming the flowers and creates beehives. (Deegha Nikaya, Sigala Sutta)
9), 10) The person who earns should divide his earnings into four portions. One portion is for his use, two portions should be utilized in his business and the other portion should be kept for an emergency. Those who act likewise always maintain the friendship with others. (Deegha Nikaya, Sigala Sutta)


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Rules by our Great Buddha

<< Rules by our Great Buddha (part 1)

11), 12), 13), 14) A person, who lives a virtuous lay life looking after and caring for his parents, wife & children lovingly; taking proper care of the employees as well as the family; treating the living relatives suitably and transferring merit to the dead relatives; making the ascetics & priests happy by giving alms and the gods by transferring merit; would become reverential because of his deeds. Intellectuals would make him happy by praising him, in the present life. In his birth after death, he would lead a happy life in a heavenly plane.
15), 16), 17) A person who takes the maximum benefit from his earnings by not wasting them unnecessarily and securing them properly; who utilizes them to support his parents and do meritorious deeds which would give him a heavenly life in his next birth; who gives what should be given to the relatives, the guests, the dead, the rulers and the gods and who attends the virtuous persons; could be happy thinking that he had done all that is needful by his wealth. Intellectuals applaud him. He would be born in a heavenly plane after death.
18) The intelligent, virtuous, gentle and modest person comes by fame & glory.
19) The person who is courageous and active, who does not worry in disaster, who completes his work and has a presence of mind, comes by fame & glory.
20) The person who treats others with food, clothing, shelter & cares for them in sickness; who makes friends and lends them a hand in return; who is generous and gives others proper and useful advice; comes by fame & glory.
21), 22), 23) The four hospitalities; giving, pleasant verbal communication, providing guidance towards achievements and coexistence with others both in their happiness & sorrow; is an assistance to the world. It is similar to a kingpin of a moving cart.
24) If a person contravenes the Buddhist teachings (Dhamma) because of craving, hatred, fear or ignorance; his fame & glory declines similar to the moon in the dark half of a lunar month.
25) If a person does not contravene the Buddhist teachings (Dhamma) because of craving, hatred, fear or ignorance; his fame & glory increases similar to the moon in the bright half of a lunar month.
26) There are six holes through which wealth is run to waste. They are; idleness, tardiness, effortlessness, immorality, drowsiness and incidental sluggishness. One should completely get rid of them.


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