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What is the purpose of Invocation Sutra? The Invocation Sutra is to request the presence of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, and Saints, to bestow a temporary more...
Spiritual Echoes in the Tao Te Ching, bhagavad Gita and the Bible. Here are some remarkable spiritual echoes from 3 ancient text namely... read more
Gift of Life We are all given the gift of life. Everyone has special talent. Some people have the gift of teaching... read more
The noble is based on the humble.
The high is founded on low. The famous Great Wall in China was not built in high initially. Everything starts from. more
Funny Sausage Prank! Must see!
In the spiritual sense, Heavenly Tao shares the same belief as many religions such as Christian, Catholic, Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, etc. The principle of Tao is to guide and enable one to return to the origin of heaven. The path requires practices such as sincerity, respect, humility and compassion into daily lives.
The Heavenly Tao is also commonly referred to as ‘I-Kuan Tao’ which means the truth that unifies all.
Although Heavenly Tao appears to be Asian, the cultivation is not restricted to any race, language or religion as we are spiritually the same. The purpose of Heavenly Tao is to bring all of us closer to the spiritual essence by focusing on our true nature with all faiths. Upon improving oneself, one can eventually change the world for a better place.
We welcome everyone from all faith to experience this enlightment of Tao.
We all receive the different gifts from God. Put our gifts to work. What gifts do you possess? Do you have gifts of sharing, caring, or mercy? Do you have gifts of office skills, such as typing, organizing, reading, or writing, etc? Do you have the gifts of thinking and reasoning? Do you have the gift of teaching? Do you have the gift of Bilingual or Trilingual? Do you have gifts of extra time to spare? Share your gifts to others.
Got Tao? Begin with a single step
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - the most famous quote from Lao Tzu, the Chinese philosopher, in the 6th century BC. more...
Bad things happen to good people? Why? By believing in God, it does not mean we will not suffer. We may easily ask the question "Why me?", but we could hardly ask "Why not me?" more...
Understand the meaning of our life starts from doing the best of our life. How can we escape all those worries and sufferings in our life? When we release ourselves, willing to play our part and shoulder the mission given by God, true happiness will follow us. Take the right path!