Thank you for your continuing support in viewing the twentieth issue of our Internet Magazine, "The Buddhist Door".

"Buddhism in a Nutshell" Part XVIII covers topics on "The Nature of the Buddha - Trikaya" and "The Buddhas in the Three Periods of Time".

"Zen Story" continues with the nineth story, "Does the Master Look Like a Donkey?". In the section on "Diamond Sutra", we present the commentaries on Chapters 30, 31 and 32, which are the last four chapters of the Diamond Sutra. Starting from next issue, we will move on to another sutra - the Lotus Sutra, which is known to some people as the "King" of the sutras and is probably one of the most important Buddhist Sutras in the Mahayana Buddhism.

"Becoming a Buddhist" is the nineth and last topic in the series "Good Question, Good Answer" by Ven. S. Dhammika. In the section "Dharma Dew", Reverend Eshin contributes an article on "The Way of Awakening".

Acknowledgement for the sources of some contents: The English translation of the Diamond Sutra is taken from "A General Explanation of the Vajra Prajna Paramita Sutra by Dhyana Master Hsuan Hua", published by the Dharma Realm Buddhas Association, Incorporated, San Francisco, California. The section on "Becoming a Buddhist" is taken from the book "Good Question, Good Answer" by Ven. S. Dhammika. The zen story "Does the Master Look Like a Donkey?" is taken from Hsing Yuen's Ch'an Talk.

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