Since the five religions all came from the same Truth, of course they are all the same. However, if one has to compare according to the standards of the commons, the Dharma of Buddhism is the most sublime. The reason is that from the ancient days up to now, Heaven and Earth has been supervised by Buddhas.
In-jie Ching* states:
“when the Heaven and Earth
was first created,
God ordained ten Buddhas
to rule the Heaven and Earth.”
Continue reading “30. Among the five religions that came from the same Truth, which one is the most sublime? Should a practitioner of Tao emphasize any particular religion?”
The name Mi-Le Buddha first appeared over two-thousand years ago in India. The Guide to the Gospels of Mi-Le Buddha records how Mi-Le Buddha became enlightened since his coming to the world.
Since his first coming to the world and vowing to become a Buddha in the Pure Land, ten Cycles of Heaven and Earth have elapsed. In this tenth Cycle, the seed he sowed sprouted and the fruit ripened, and it’s about time for him to harvest it. When he reveals his identity, the world will become a Pure Land.
In the Red Yang Period in this Cycle, Sakyamuni Buddha descended to Earth from Tusati Heaven and was born in northern India. Mi-Le Buddha followed him and was born in southern India. Continue reading “Introduction VII: The Coming of Mi-Le Buddha (Maitreya Buddha)”