Do more good deeds to escape car accidents
Professor Yunhe: One of the author's summer students, who lives in the north, once told me that she had come to believe in the phenomenon of karma because of her brother's amazing experiences. She said that her parents were usually devout worshippers of Buddha and often gave alms or donated to bridge-building activities in her brother's name.
She said that one day the jeep her brother was travelling in suddenly lost its brakes and tumbled down a valley with the vehicle, but fortunately it was stopped midway by a bamboo forest on a hillside, so no one was hurt. Some farmers came up to them a short time later and said, "You are a good family", because yesterday he wanted to cut down all the bamboo and sell it, but he was delayed until today. The danger would have been even more serious and the consequences even more unimaginable.
The second time was when her brother was travelling in a military truck and he was also involved in an accident, the whole vehicle tumbled under a bridge and all the people on board, except his brother, were unharmed and suffered minor and serious injuries. Why was her brother the only one who was lucky enough to escape a disaster? There was much debate and no common sense explanation.
Another unbelievable incident was that her brother's hand was suddenly dislocated during a training exercise and his condition was so serious that he was almost in a coma. The men in the team rushed to carry him down the hill for medical attention, and as no one had any money at the time, they were worried halfway down the hill about what they would tell the doctor and what they would do if they needed a deposit. When they were in great distress and confusion, a stranger asked them why they had rushed down the mountain and what had happened. Thanks to this kind-hearted person, her brother was able to receive medical treatment, thank goodness. As this kind of incident has happened time and again, her parents have often advised them to accumulate some good deeds and to give more when they have the opportunity to do so, so that they can be safe in the future. Now I think this is not nonsense.
What are the acts of abstaining from killing and releasing
1. Do not kill a living being with your own hands.
2. Do not abet others to kill.
3. Do not help others to kill.
4. Abstain from eating meat.
5. Do not engage in trades related to killing.
6、Whenever there is worship, regardless of what is being worshipped, use vegetarian dishes, flowers and fruit, not animal gifts.
7. If you see someone killing a human being, you should discourage them or buy the animal to be slaughtered with money and release it. If this does not work, or if the person does not sell the animal, then you should have compassion for the slaughtered animal, and even better if you can recite the Buddha's name or mantra for it.
8. Do not abuse the animal.
9、Other actions that are contrary to killing.
10. Abstain from killing and releasing animals yourself, and advise others to do the same.
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