ANGULIMALA
Once there lived in the forest a most terrible robber who killed many people. He would collect a finger or two from his vi...
One day just before Angulimala was about to kill his own mother as his 1000 th  victim, The Buddha entered into that fores...
Angulimala A Buddhist Hymn From  The  Wayfarers Sung By Bro. Victor Wee
Stop Thee! Oh saffron princely monk Who hastens on like falling rain
I want a finger from Thy foot To finish off my bloody chain
Do good. Avoid evil. Purify the mind
Stop Thee!  Oh saffron princely monk Who hastens on like falling rain
I want a finger from Thy foot To finish off my bloody chain
I do not run You run instead Please stop awhile And follow Me
Angulimala, I’m not content To know that thou are not yet free
Please throw that bloody chain aside There is a better, nobler Way
To live thy life and reach that Truth Angulimala, for you today
So great was The Buddha’s compassion and wisdom that there remained only one thing Angulimala wanted to do  To give up his...
And hours went by the Indian time While Buddha’s sinless Way he heard
And sinner changed to blessed saint And preached he out the hallowed word
Angulimala “ Even a ‘sinner’ can become a saint” The End May You Be Well And Happy! With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin
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A Power Point Presentation of A Buddhist Hymn by The Wayfarers. There's a beautiful Message from the Hymn ...No one is condemned forever. Even a so-called 'Sinner' can undergo a spiritual transformation and ultimately attain Sainthood.

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Angulimala

  1. 1. ANGULIMALA
  2. 2. Once there lived in the forest a most terrible robber who killed many people. He would collect a finger or two from his victims and string them into a necklace around his neck. He was therefore called Angulimala or the garland of fingers.
  3. 3. One day just before Angulimala was about to kill his own mother as his 1000 th victim, The Buddha entered into that forest. Angulimala decided to kill the Buddha instead. But no matter how fast he ran he got no closer to The Buddha. Finally he asked The Buddha to stop.
  4. 4. Angulimala A Buddhist Hymn From The Wayfarers Sung By Bro. Victor Wee
  5. 5. Stop Thee! Oh saffron princely monk Who hastens on like falling rain
  6. 6. I want a finger from Thy foot To finish off my bloody chain
  7. 7. Do good. Avoid evil. Purify the mind
  8. 8. Stop Thee! Oh saffron princely monk Who hastens on like falling rain
  9. 9. I want a finger from Thy foot To finish off my bloody chain
  10. 10. I do not run You run instead Please stop awhile And follow Me
  11. 11. Angulimala, I’m not content To know that thou are not yet free
  12. 12. Please throw that bloody chain aside There is a better, nobler Way
  13. 13. To live thy life and reach that Truth Angulimala, for you today
  14. 14. So great was The Buddha’s compassion and wisdom that there remained only one thing Angulimala wanted to do To give up his evil ways and follow The Buddha’s Teachings Therefore he threw away his necklace, bowed on his knees and begged to be The Buddha’s disciple
  15. 15. And hours went by the Indian time While Buddha’s sinless Way he heard
  16. 16. And sinner changed to blessed saint And preached he out the hallowed word
  17. 17. Angulimala “ Even a ‘sinner’ can become a saint” The End May You Be Well And Happy! With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin
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