Buddhist Tales

Several stories are also found in the Buddhist scriptures. Shakyamuni Buddha used parables to teach his disciples about certain aspects of Buddhist faith. Nichiren Daishonin, in his writings called Gosho, referred to some of these stories to explain his teachings to his disciples.

Enjoy the series of Buddhist parables put together for your reading!

The King Who Kept His Promise
讲信用的普明王

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The Courageous Boy – Snow Mountains
勇敢的小伙子––雪山童子

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Panthaka, the Forgetful Boy
健忘的盘特

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Are You the Cold-Suffering Bird?
你是寒苦鸟吗?

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