On August 10, 2013 at the Won Dharma Center
Just as no medical institution will be necessary if no one is ever ill, no religious will be necessary if there is no moral ill in the world. The doctrine of a religion is the prescription to cure the world of moral ills. The cause of human misery, individual or collective, is the three mental poisons of greed, anger, and delusion. The Huayanjing (Avatamsaka Sūtra) teaches that all things are the creation of the mind. In the Diamond Sūtra, the Buddha teaches Subhūti that when the deluded mind (four ejects: greed, anger, delusion, attachment) is gone, bodhisattvas attain Nirvāṇa and Buddhas attain Supreme Enlightened mind. It is the Prajñā-jñāna that cuts the root of the deluded mind. The content of Prajñā is emptiness(Śūnyatā), the light of which drives out the darkness of mind and cuts the root of the three poisons. jñāna here means salva jnana, total knowledge as omniscience, which sees the true nature of all things in the universe - Śūnyatā.
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