A Buddha Story

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In an old scripture told by Buddha there are four lands, two of which are Hokkuroshu (uttara-kura) and Nanenbudai (jampudipa). In Hokkuroshu the people obtain their food without any farming. In order to cook, they just put a fire-stone under their pan. When they eat, there is always enough food. They are quite innocent. There are no thieves or bandits, no king or law. Life is without hazards. However, in the land Nanenbudai life has many difficulties, as well as pleasures. Where there is joy there ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).


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