Dharma Talks / Are You a Buddha? | Vesak 2022

Br Pháp Hữu

In this Dharma Talk offered on Vesak day, Brother Phap Huu delves into the fascinating story of the historical Buddha Siddhartha to help us connect with the spiritual seeker inside of us. Are we in touch with our awakened nature as we live our daily life? What legacy do we leave behind through our actions of body, speech and mind?

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