Answer by Law of Kamma :- Making Merit For Someone Before/After His Death

An audience has a question that if he makes merit for his parents before they will pass away is different from doing after they passed away, how does it differ? https://dmc.tv/a7544

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Making Merit For Someone
Before/After His Death


 
Question from the audiences:

If I make merit to build the Buddha image for my parents before they will pass away, it will be different from doing after they passed away, is it correct and how does it differ?

 
Answer:
The merit of building the Buddha image before your parents will pass away is more than the merit of doing after they passed away because they can know and rejoice in your merit with their physical body.  If your parents alive, you should persuade them to make merit by themselves.

By Khunkru Maiyai
June 28th, 2005

 

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