Ratana book of hymns and prayersMy Beginnings. I was born child number seven into a family of eight sisters and six brothers. Now in all nine family members remain. We lived on a farm, so there was plenty to keep us occupied. My parents, both Maori, were amazing leaders as I reflect on their lives and the roles each played. If ever there was conflict between my parents regarding their different doctrines, I cannot recall such a time. I and the rest of my siblings were baptised Mormon in the river that runs through my valley.
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The five aggregates of: body; feelings or sensations; perceptions; formations and consciousness. Ratana gave the following sermon at the opening of the Temple and its consecration. It also gives the bass singers the opportunity to shine. There arose a battle between the Devas gods and Asuras.However, images of Biblical Saints were depicted on walls and on wood panels in places of worship, over the years due to the loose nature of translating Maori words and names into English. Thus he dwells contemplating impermanence in these five aggregates! In the time of the Old Testament and throughout the Christian era. The church committee under T.
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May peace harmonious bless this land; May it be ever free from maladies and war; May there be harvest rich, and increased yield of grain; May everyone delight in righteousness; May no perverted thought find entry to your minds; May all your thoughts e'er pious be and lead to your success religiously. The Book of Protection which is an anthology of selected discourses of the Buddha compiled by the teachers of old, was originally meant as a handbook for the newly ordained novice. The idea was that those novices who are not capable of studying large portions of the "Discourse Collection" sutta pitaka should at least be conversant with the Book of Protection. Even today it is so. The twenty four discourses are selected from the five Nikayas or the original Collections in Pali containing the Buddha's discourses. The fact that the book was meant for the novice is clear from the prefatory paragraphs that precede the discourses. The precepts are ten, and not five which are the basic principles of the lay follower.