Athet Pyan Shinthaw Paulu 附近Athet雄精靈Shinthaw Paulu的死亡經驗

BUDDHIST (14 min)I was born in 1958 in the town of Bogale, on the Irrawaddy Delta area of southern Myanmar [formerly Burma]. My parents, who were devout Buddhists like most people in Myanmar, named me Thitpin [which means ‘tree’ in English]. Our lives were very simple where I grew up. At the age of 13 I left school and started working on a fishing boat. We caught fish and sometimes also shrimp from the numerous rivers and streams in the Irrawaddy area. At the age of 16 I became the leader of the boat. At this time I lived in Upper Mainmahlagyon Island, just north of Bogale where I was born. This place is about 100 miles southwest of Yangon [Rangoon], our nation’s capitol city.

Athet became a student monk at 18 years old but 2 years later contracted a sickness that killed him. Buddhists lay out a body for 3 days and in this time he went to the afterlife. He was sent to Hell and saw one of Buddhisms greatest leaders who died in 1983 and Siddhārtha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, in Hell. What he experienced in the afterlife urged him to change his faith.

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