Tetsugen, a devotee of Zen in Japan, decided to publish the sutras, which at that time were available only in
Chinese. The books were to be printed with wood blocks in an edition of seven thousand copies, a tremendous
BODHISATTVA & BUDDHA
One day the deluded old man was asked by a man: -How do you define a Bodhisattva? -A Bodhisattva is the one who will not sink when walking on water and will not get burned when going through fire? -And how do you define a Buddha? -A Buddha is the one who will not sink when walking on water, and will not get burned when going through fire. -So, what is the difference between a Bodhisattva an a Buddha? -When a Buddha wants to sink, he immediately sinks or when he wants to get burned, he immediately get burned. Meanwhile a Bodhisattva can't sink even when he wants to sink, he can't get burned even when he wants to get burned.
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