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  1. We live in illusion and the appearance of things.
    There is a reality. We are that reality.
    When you understand this, you see that you are nothing, and being nothing, you are everything.
    That is all.
    Happy Vesak Festival.
  2. Between birth and death there is nothing else to happen but love.
    If you miss love between birth and death,
    you have missed the whole opportunity of life.
    You may gather knowledge and money and prestige and power,
    but if have missed love then you have missed the real door.
    Happy Buddha Purnima
  3. Rely on the teachings, not on the person
    Rely on the meaning, not on the words
    Rely on the real life, not on the dreams
    Rely on the wisdom, not on the mind inside
    Happy Buddha Jayanti!
  4. May the full moon of Buddha Purnima takes away the darkness of ignorance, bigotry and hatred towards others
    And may it herald an era of contentment peace and enlightenment for the world!
    Heartiest greetings on this pious occasion of Buddha Purnima
  5. May Lord Buddha’s preachings for
    right conduct,
    right motive,
    right speech,
    right effort,
    right resolve,
    right livelihood,
    right attention and
    right meditation…
    help us to eradicate evil and suffering from this world.
    Happy Buddha Purnima…
  6. In the burst of illumination
    he discovered the meaning
    of existence and became
    Lord Buddha
    Warm Greetings
    on Buddha Jayanti…
  7. Let us pray for peace & harmony
    for all the humankind
    on this auspicious day…
    Happy Vesak Day.
  8. Spread the message
    Of universal brotherhood
    And compassion
    far and wide
    Wishing you peace on
    Buddha Purnima…
  9. On Buddha Jayanti…
    Wishing that you find…
    Rays of hope…
    And your life is enlightened…
    By the divine graces…
    Of Lord Buddha.
  10. Have compassion for all beings, rich and poor alike; each has their suffering. Some suffer too much, others too little. – Buddha.