Thế gian này loạn lạc hết,người đi diệt tôn giáo đạo đức là người khốn nạn nhất,không còn gì để nói

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Thế gian này loạn lạc hết,người đi diệt tôn giáo đạo đức là người khốn nạn nhất,không còn gì để nói

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Tôn giáo & đạo đức
GN - Trong thời đại khoa học ngày nay, nhiều người cho rằng tôn giáo là vô nghĩa, vậy thì cơ sở nào cho những giá trị như thế? Làm thế nào để tìm ra cách thúc đẩy chúng ta sống đạo đức mà không cần nhờ vào các tín ngưỡng truyền thống?

Mặc dầu nhân loại có thể sống mà không cần tôn giáo, nhưng không thể sống mà không có những giá trị bên trong. Vì thế lập luận của tôi về sự độc lập của đạo đức đối với tôn giáo rất đơn giản.

Theo tôi thấy, đời sống tinh thần có hai chiều hướng. Chiều hướng thứ nhất là sự an lạc tinh thần căn bản - tôi muốn nói đến sự cân bằng và sức mạnh tinh thần và tình cảm bên trong - không lệ thuộc vào tôn giáo mà xuất phát từ bản chất bẩm sinh của con người, là một chúng sinh có xu hướng tự nhiên là nghiêng về lòng từ bi, nhân ái, và quan tâm đến người khác. Chiều hướng thứ hai là đời sống tinh thần dựa vào tôn giáo và gắn kết với một tôn giáo hay phương cách hành trì đặc thù nào đó.

Sự khác biệt giữa hai chiều hướng này cũng giống như sự khác biệt giữa nước và trà. Đạo đức và các giá trị bên trong không có nội dung tôn giáo giống như nước, là thứ mà chúng ta cần hàng ngày để sống còn và khỏe mạnh.

Đạo đức và các giá trị bên trong trong bối cảnh tôn giáo giống như trà. Trà mà chúng ta uống có thành phần chính là nước, nhưng nó còn chứa vài thành phần khác - lá trà, gia vị, như đường, còn ở Tây Tạng, là muối - và nó làm cho trà giàu chất dinh dưỡng và gia tăng sinh lực hơn, và đó là thứ chúng ta mong muốn hàng ngày. Nhưng dù trà được pha chế thế nào đi nữa thì thành phần chính vẫn là nước.

Trong khi chúng ta có thể sống mà không có trà, chúng ta không thể sống thiếu nước. Tương tự như thế, chúng ta sinh ra không có tôn giáo, nhưng chúng ta không sinh ra mà lại không có nhu cầu về lòng từ bi.

Vì thế, sâu xa hơn tôn giáo là đời sống tinh thần cơ bản của nhân loại. Chúng ta có một xu hướng tự nhiên, nằm trong bản chất con người, là nghiêng về phía tình yêu, lòng tốt, tình thương, bất kể chúng ta có theo một tôn giáo hay không.

Khi chúng ta nuôi dưỡng xu hướng sâu xa nhất này - khi chúng ta có chủ ý vun trồng các giá trị bên trong mà chúng ta ngưỡng mộ ở người khác - thì chúng ta bắt đầu sống một cuộc sống nghiêng về tinh thần. Vì thế, một thách thức cho chúng ta là tìm ra phương cách để đặt nền tảng cho đạo đức và hỗ trợ cho việc vun trồng các giá trị bên trong, phù hợp với thời đại khoa học, trong khi vẫn không bỏ qua các nhu cầu sâu xa hơn của tinh thần, mà đối với nhiều người thì tôn giáo mới đáp ứng được.

Dalai Lama
(trích Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World,
Trần Ngọc Bảo dịch)

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Re: Thế gian này loạn lạc hết,người đi diệt tôn giáo đạo đức là người khốn nạn nhất,không còn gì để nói

Postby admin » Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:16 am

Morality is the root of being human, the unscrupulous people will surely be in chaos
Traditional Chinese culture focuses on uplifting human morality. Many ancient texts also emphasize advising the reader to cultivate goodness and good deeds in order to receive blessings and avoid encountering disasters.



In the book about moral cultivation, Chu Vinh Xuan, a scholar of the Ming Dynasty, taught: “When one's morality is not commensurate with one's status, the coming unhappiness will be inevitable. "

Chu Vinh Xuan said that if you want to have the good things in life, you must cultivate morality first. He pointed out that human life is like a house and morality is the foundation of it, fame, status, power and health are all built on that foundation.

Building a house without a solid foundation is very dangerous, it will collapse sooner or later. So is human life: if one tries to gain status, power and wealth without focusing on a solid moral foundation, then disaster will come and then they will have nothing. .

Have you ever wondered why some singers or actors become lost after only a period of popularity, or when some people get a lot of money through lottery tickets and then go into bankruptcy, or politicians they are taken down very quickly after being raised to hold a certain power.

These are all examples of people whose morals do not match their positions. People are often concerned about these people's ups and downs, but few really know why these godly things end up unhappily.

What Chu Vinh Xuan wrote is the correct morality. Not having morality is like walking on a steep and dangerous cliff: it will fall first and foremost.

The tragic outcome of the bureaucrats holding a lot of power but lacking morality in history
Chinese history has many examples of high-ranking bureaucrats wielding much power but tragically end up with inhumaneity and abuse of power at hand.

For example, Lai Tuan Than, who was a judge in the Tang dynasty, was once trusted by the emperor to investigate the officials in the palace.

With power in hand, Lai Tuan Than and his men forged many evidence to accuse many officials. He is also the person who created many brutal methods of torture to force the bow. With power in his hands and violence, he was considered the most feared and most hated of the time.



With power in hand, Lai Tuan Than fabricated many evidences to accuse many officials
However, he soon received retribution after unsuccessfully accusing the emperor's daughter. In the end, he was executed for treason, and his body was skinned and torn to pieces.

Nghiem Tung in the Ming Dynasty was like Lai Tuan Than. After being appointed to the court, Nghiem Tung quickly formed his own faction. By removing the opposers, Nghiem Tung gradually took control of the government, the emperor at that time focused only on cultivating the Tao.

Nghiem Tung and his son used their power to make money, killing many innocent people. After losing the emperor's trust, Nghiem Tung's son was executed, and he was stripped of all his power and property, wandered off, and died shortly thereafter.

We also encountered many similar outcomes over and over in history. Times and characters can change, but the plot remains the same.

There are similar cases in China today
After the Chinese government launched the persecution of Falun Gong (an upper-class Buddhist practice that enhances physical and mental health, and helps people to follow Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance), some successes members of this government have devoted themselves to the persecution and participated in the persecution. They committed all sorts of bad things: harassing, arresting, assaulting, torturing, illegally accusing them and even killing many innocent practitioners.



Falun Gong practitioners in the UK are describing the crimes that the CCP has committed to innocent practitioners in China.
The core members of the Chinese government apparatus such as Zhou Yongkang, Bo Xilai, Li Dong Sinh, and Zhou Ban Shun are the main players in the persecution of this persecution and are the most important henchmen. power of Jiang Zemin, the former leader of the CCP at that time.

They receive money to do many inhumane things, create many lies and hide the truth in implementing Jiang's instructions. They are given a lot of power in their hands but have no morality or personality. In fact, they quickly got promoted to the main level thanks to the relentless persecution of Falun Gong, but they all quickly received tragic results.

Lack of morality will bring unpredictable consequences
Some officials have faced even more tragic endings, not simply losing power. Li Phú Quốc, who is the director of the Tao Fei Dien district in Tangshan City, was promoted to police director in 2013 for his relentless persecution of Falun Gong practitioners since 2006.

But less than 3 years after accepting the position of director, Ly Phu Quoc contracted leukemia and died within two months, only at the age of 47.

Li Phu Quoc led the District Security and Order Team from 2006 to 2013 and has been involved in almost all cases involving practitioners practicing Falun Gong. As soon as he was accepted as deputy director, he arrested Ms. Li Aiining and imprisoned her in the Shijiazhuang Forced Labor Camp. She was severely assaulted and mistreated in the labor camp and died when she was released less than two weeks later.



A Falun Gong practitioner's artwork depicts one of the CCP's brutal methods on Falun Gong practitioners.
In order to deceive another practitioner in the area, Ly Phu Quoc and his accomplices pretended to be customers at Mr. Trinh Huong Tan's shop in 2012. They arrested him and ransacked his home that very day. Mr. Trinh was sentenced to 10 years in prison for his beliefs and was severely mistreated in prison.

Mr. Trinh had a broken rib and was beaten on the head until he lost consciousness. As a result, he became blind in both eyes and mentally lost his sanity. He no longer has a clear mindset as before and is no longer able to use the toilet on his own.

Li Phú Quốc caused so much suffering to many cultivators and their families during his time in power. Moral corruption led to his sudden death after he was appointed director.

A person with little virtue may excel and appear successful in a short period of time, but he won't be able to hold that position for long. He cannot rely on links, or violence to maintain his position.

Some people may think that they are just following orders and that it is their job to do. However, as in ancient times, there is a saying: "Forcing innocent people is like taking knives to kill them."

When members of the CCP carry out their task of assaulting innocent people to death solely for their beliefs, when military medical doctors harvest organs from Falun Gong practitioners - those behaviors are different. What are the killers.

Build a strong moral foundation
How can I meet moral standards and not face unhappiness in my life? The simplest way is to cultivate xinxing, cultivate bad habits, try to obey and apply the principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance as a rule of conduct in daily life.



Apply the principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance as a rule of conduct in everyday life to become a person with high morality.
Many wise men give the same advice: " If a person is virtuous, he will succeed ", " Raising morality is like improving fate ", " Building a solid foundation. for the good things in life are to raise faith "," High virtue, with more hope "," A family with many good people will get many blessings "...

Blessings come only when we are virtuous and virtuous. A person trying to raise moral standards will have many good things. And only when one does what is right, honest, and kind can there be so much fame, power, and wealth.

Actually, morality and virtue are the root of being human. The ancients have a saying: "Thien Huu religion, the principle of daily lunar ecology. Humanitarianism, natural social security " (Temporarily translated: Heaven has religion, then the lunar calendar is clear. People with religion, society will all be peaceful). Only people who obey the instruction of the old saints, restore honesty, can people truly be united, humanity is truly peaceful and peaceful. People who can obey the morality and morality of being human are walking on the great path of the sage.

Tieu Mai


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