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Liew Kim Shin (middle) is deeply grateful for the chance to join the Water Repentance sutra adaptation performance, which allows him to allay his worries with the Dharma, repent for his past killing actions, and thus rewriting his life’s script. [Photograph by Lim Chin Tong]

Liew Kim Shin, 53, has bravely taken the opportunity to be a sign language performer for the Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance sutra adaptation performance. To him, the chance to learn the Dharma is very rare and precious. As he understood more about karma through the songs, he slowly allayed his worries, repented for his past and rewrote his present life’s script.

Lotuses sprout from a seed, and then spread their effects of goodness to others.  Let us get together to support the July’s Water Repentance stage performance by sponsoring lotuses to have this meaningful event realized. [Photograph by Look Foot Seong]

Four sutra adaptation performances of Dharma as Water will be held on July 4 and 5, 2015 at Bukit Jalil Stadium. The costs for the performances are estimated to be high, hence Tzu Chi KL & Selangor Entrepreneurs initiated a fundraising programme, appealing for sponsorship through purchase of lotus lightings.

Three sessions of sutra study on “Dharma as Water” were held at KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall, in preparation for the sutra adaptation performance to be staged next year. [Photograph by Low Mai Yin]

On October 22, 2014, Deepavali, about 2,600 Tzu Chi volunteers from Central and Southern Malaysia attended a three-session large-scale sutra study on “Dharma as Water” at the KL Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall. Guided by volunteers-in-charge, the attendees learnt the verses in the sutra, followed by their sign language interpretations, in preparation for the grand sutra adaptation performance next year.

On October 24, 2014, Tzu Chi Melaka launched “Dharma as Water” sutra adaptation performance by briefing all volunteers and inviting them and the public to partake in the sutra presentation. [Photograph by Quek Kah Hoon]

Next year, Tzu Chi volunteers from Central and Southern Malaysia will be presenting the Master with a gift. In an effort to promote the Dharma and purify the mind, volunteers have been aggressively inviting the public to partake in the sign language interpretation of the “Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance” Sutra. Through fellowships and group cultivation, everyone has been led into the Dharma and experienced the joy of Dharma.

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