The constant maintenance of the True Nature in one’s heart is the virtuous nature. When the virtuous nature is manifested in one’s daily practice, it is the true ethics and morality. If one has Tao but lacks virtues, he is a devil. Confucius said,
“Only with perfect virtues
can a person attain Tao.”
Virtue means to attain Tao. To accumulate merits is the same as to establish one’s virtues. Continue reading “47. How can one accumulate merits after receiving Tien-Tao? (& Q48 to Q49)”
It is of utmost importance to be a vegetarian after one receives Tien-Tao. The True Self is pure and clean. To retain such purity, one should not allow any contamination.
If the True Self is contaminated, it becomes lost. To restore the True Self to its original brightness, the practitioners of Tao must filter out all impurities.
The impurities consist of the onion family, garlic family, leeks, shallot, and tobaccos among vegetables, and all animals such as poultry, meat, and seafood. Continue reading “41. Should one become a vegetarian after receiving Tien-Tao? (& Q42 to Q46)”
Part Three: The Questions
Why should one with a kind heart still receive Tien-Tao?
For those who are good Yuan-zi, 30 they should be eager to receive Tien-Tao and to practice Tao once they know about It. The good will always care about the salvation of other people and the social morality. Nowadays, morality has been severely eroded and human carries more evil and selfish thoughts. Continue reading “37. Why should one with a kind heart still receive Tien-Tao? (& Q38 to Q40)”
The four difficult and precious factors of receiving Tien-Tao are
- being a human,
- being born at the beginning of the Third Period,
- being a Chinese, and
- receiving the True Tao.
Continue reading “33. What are the four difficult and precious factors of receiving Tien-Tao?”
Part Two: The Heritage
Why Tien-Tao descends in China
Located at the center of the world, China has the oldest civilization and is the most advanced in spiritual development. Hence China is chosen by God as the first place to descend the essence of Tao. Continue reading “Introduction XI: Why Tien-Tao descends in China”