Kisa Gotami and the Parable of the Mustard Seed (Melissa.
Kisa Gotami had in a previous lifetime been born in the days of Padumattara, a Buddha. One day she went to hear the Master preach the Truth. There she saw Him give the highest honour to a sister who wore coarse garments. So she made a vow that she too would aspire to that honour.
Buddha told Kisa Gotami to bring a handful of mustard seeds from a house where no one has ever died. Kisa Gotami went in search of the mustard seeds from a house from which no one has ever died. But it was impossible to be find such a house. The poor Iady realised the important lesson which Buddha wanted to teach her. Death comes to every family.
Kisa Gotami and the Mustard Seed Kisagotami Theri (ThigA 10.1) Kisa Gotami had in a previous lifetime been born in the days of Padumattara, a Buddha. One day she went to hear the Master preach the Truth. There she saw Him give the highest honor to a sister who wore coarse garments. So she made a vow that she too would aspire to that honor.
Dear Mr. President, most Buddhists remember the story of Kisa Gotami 1 and its core lesson that death is inevitable to all beings. The Buddha enabled this valuable self-realisation by asking Kisa Gotami to bring him a mustard seed from any house that had not experienced death.
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