However, these places where the five hundred lohans were represented all failed to provide names for them. According to an entry in the Baoke congbian, juan 15, in the guisi year of Dahe era (933?), Dade chongyi composed Wu Longxing si Chongfu yuan wubai luohan bei (Five Hundred Lohan Stele at the Longxing Temple, Chongfu Sub-temple, in Wu [Xuanzhou]), each identified with an individual name, but this stele did not survive. For a slightly later period, the Jinshixubian, juan 17, contains a copy of a stele inscribed in the fourth year of the Shaoxing era of the Southern Song (1134), which Gao Daosu, who was a yuanwailang in the gongbu, had composed by collecting all available Buddhist writings and abstracting from them the names of five hundred lohans. This stele was erected in the Qianming Temple at Jiangyinthe renowned Jiangyinjun Qianmingyuan luohan zunhao bei (Stone Inscription of the Venerable Names of Lohans at the Qianming Temple of Jiangyin Commandery). Although this is the earliest such record of the names of the lohans known in China, it is just a list of "venerable names" (zunhao)no illustrations of the lohan figures themselves were engraved. However, from this time on, all temples that had five hundred lohan halls constructed and all painters who made pictures of them named the lohans according to this list. During the Chongzhen era of the Ming, Gao Chengyan had the Qianmingyuan luohan zunhao bei engraved again, and his son, Gao Youji, had it re-engraved a second time and copied into the Jiaxing zang, where it is contained in case (han) 43. However, it still only contains the names of the lohans.
Still during the Southern Sung era, someone compiled a collection of illustrations and produced a wood block edition of a Luohan tulu (Catalogue of Pictures of Lohans)the first known illustrated catalogue of the lohans. This work was reprinted from new wood blocks in the sixteenth year of the Chongzhen era (1643). Although no copies of this work now survive, it was reprinted again from a new set of wood blocks in the fifty-second year of the Qianlong era (1787)the Qianming yuan wubaishiba aluohan tulu (Catalogue of Illustrations of the Five Hundred Eighteen Lohans From the Qianming Temple), under the direction of Abbot Dache, an eminent priest of the Qianlong era. The Qianming yuan or Luohan si is located in present-day Shifang district, Chongqing, Siquan. First built in the Song, it fell into disrepair during the Yuan and Ming era but was rebuilt in the seventeenth year of the Qianlong era (1752), and some time after that statues of the five hundred eighteen lohans were made, after the illustrations in the Ming edition of the Luohan tulu. The temple was destroyed during wartime Japanese air raids and was rebuilt in 1945, new statues filling the Lohan Hall once again. [Dictionary References] Naka1401b ZGD1257d Iwa821 Ina-Z275 JE231a/257 Yo525 ZGo13-P332 DFB [Credit] rjlynn(entry) Trang tra cứu Liên Phật Hội - Từ điển Hán Anh."> However, these places where the five hundred lohans were represented all failed to provide names for them. According to an entry in the Baoke congbian, juan 15, in the guisi year of Dahe era (933?), Dade chongyi composed Wu Longxing si Chongfu yuan wubai luohan bei (Five Hundred Lohan Stele at the Longxing Temple, Chongfu Sub-temple, in Wu [Xuanzhou]), each identified with an individual name, but this stele did not survive. For a slightly later period, the Jinshixubian, juan 17, contains a copy of a stele inscribed in the fourth year of the Shaoxing era of the Southern Song (1134), which Gao Daosu, who was a yuanwailang in the gongbu, had composed by collecting all available Buddhist writings and abstracting from them the names of five hundred lohans. This stele was erected in the Qianming Temple at Jiangyinthe renowned Jiangyinjun Qianmingyuan luohan zunhao bei (Stone Inscription of the Venerable Names of Lohans at the Qianming Temple of Jiangyin Commandery). Although this is the earliest such record of the names of the lohans known in China, it is just a list of "venerable names" (zunhao)no illustrations of the lohan figures themselves were engraved. However, from this time on, all temples that had five hundred lohan halls constructed and all painters who made pictures of them named the lohans according to this list. During the Chongzhen era of the Ming, Gao Chengyan had the Qianmingyuan luohan zunhao bei engraved again, and his son, Gao Youji, had it re-engraved a second time and copied into the Jiaxing zang, where it is contained in case (han) 43. However, it still only contains the names of the lohans.
Still during the Southern Sung era, someone compiled a collection of illustrations and produced a wood block edition of a Luohan tulu (Catalogue of Pictures of Lohans)the first known illustrated catalogue of the lohans. This work was reprinted from new wood blocks in the sixteenth year of the Chongzhen era (1643). Although no copies of this work now survive, it was reprinted again from a new set of wood blocks in the fifty-second year of the Qianlong era (1787)the Qianming yuan wubaishiba aluohan tulu (Catalogue of Illustrations of the Five Hundred Eighteen Lohans From the Qianming Temple), under the direction of Abbot Dache, an eminent priest of the Qianlong era. The Qianming yuan or Luohan si is located in present-day Shifang district, Chongqing, Siquan. First built in the Song, it fell into disrepair during the Yuan and Ming era but was rebuilt in the seventeenth year of the Qianlong era (1752), and some time after that statues of the five hundred eighteen lohans were made, after the illustrations in the Ming edition of the Luohan tulu. The temple was destroyed during wartime Japanese air raids and was rebuilt in 1945, new statues filling the Lohan Hall once again. [Dictionary References] Naka1401b ZGD1257d Iwa821 Ina-Z275 JE231a/257 Yo525 ZGo13-P332 DFB [Credit] rjlynn(entry) Trang tra cứu Liên Phật Hội - Từ điển Hán Anh." /> However, these places where the five hundred lohans were represented all failed to provide names for them. According to an entry in the Baoke congbian, juan 15, in the guisi year of Dahe era (933?), Dade chongyi composed Wu Longxing si Chongfu yuan wubai luohan bei (Five Hundred Lohan Stele at the Longxing Temple, Chongfu Sub-temple, in Wu [Xuanzhou]), each identified with an individual name, but this stele did not survive. For a slightly later period, the Jinshixubian, juan 17, contains a copy of a stele inscribed in the fourth year of the Shaoxing era of the Southern Song (1134), which Gao Daosu, who was a yuanwailang in the gongbu, had composed by collecting all available Buddhist writings and abstracting from them the names of five hundred lohans. This stele was erected in the Qianming Temple at Jiangyinthe renowned Jiangyinjun Qianmingyuan luohan zunhao bei (Stone Inscription of the Venerable Names of Lohans at the Qianming Temple of Jiangyin Commandery). Although this is the earliest such record of the names of the lohans known in China, it is just a list of "venerable names" (zunhao)no illustrations of the lohan figures themselves were engraved. However, from this time on, all temples that had five hundred lohan halls constructed and all painters who made pictures of them named the lohans according to this list. During the Chongzhen era of the Ming, Gao Chengyan had the Qianmingyuan luohan zunhao bei engraved again, and his son, Gao Youji, had it re-engraved a second time and copied into the Jiaxing zang, where it is contained in case (han) 43. However, it still only contains the names of the lohans.
Still during the Southern Sung era, someone compiled a collection of illustrations and produced a wood block edition of a Luohan tulu (Catalogue of Pictures of Lohans)the first known illustrated catalogue of the lohans. This work was reprinted from new wood blocks in the sixteenth year of the Chongzhen era (1643). Although no copies of this work now survive, it was reprinted again from a new set of wood blocks in the fifty-second year of the Qianlong era (1787)the Qianming yuan wubaishiba aluohan tulu (Catalogue of Illustrations of the Five Hundred Eighteen Lohans From the Qianming Temple), under the direction of Abbot Dache, an eminent priest of the Qianlong era. The Qianming yuan or Luohan si is located in present-day Shifang district, Chongqing, Siquan. First built in the Song, it fell into disrepair during the Yuan and Ming era but was rebuilt in the seventeenth year of the Qianlong era (1752), and some time after that statues of the five hundred eighteen lohans were made, after the illustrations in the Ming edition of the Luohan tulu. The temple was destroyed during wartime Japanese air raids and was rebuilt in 1945, new statues filling the Lohan Hall once again. [Dictionary References] Naka1401b ZGD1257d Iwa821 Ina-Z275 JE231a/257 Yo525 ZGo13-P332 DFB [Credit] rjlynn(entry) Trang tra cứu Liên Phật Hội - Từ điển Hán Anh."/>
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Khi gặp phải thảm họa trong đời sống, ta có thể phản ứng theo hai cách. Hoặc là thất vọng và rơi vào thói xấu tự hủy hoại mình, hoặc vận dụng thách thức đó để tìm ra sức mạnh nội tại của mình. Nhờ vào những lời Phật dạy, tôi đã có thể chọn theo cách thứ hai. (When we meet real tragedy in life, we can react in two ways - either by losing hope and falling into self-destructive habits, or by using the challenge to find our inner strength. Thanks to the teachings of Buddha, I have been able to take this second way.)Đức Đạt-lai Lạt-ma XIV
Kẻ bi quan than phiền về hướng gió, người lạc quan chờ đợi gió đổi chiều, còn người thực tế thì điều chỉnh cánh buồm. (The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.)William Arthur Ward
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