Anecdotes of Oyasama 9

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Anecdotes of Oyasama
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Author: Various authors
Date Published: 1976
Pages: 159 (English ed.)

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Anecdotes of Oyasama 9 presents the contents of "According to the Parents' Minds," a selection from Anecdotes of Oyasama, published by Tenrikyo Church Headquarters in 1976. The content below appears on page 5 of the print edition.

Text: English translation and original Japanese

9. According to the Parents' Minds

Toward the middle of July 1863, when Yoshimatsu, the eldest son of Chusaku Tsuji, was four years old, his face became pale and he was in danger of death. Oryu, Chusaku's mother, came to pray, carrying her sick grandchild on her back. Oyasama saw them and said:

"His parents should bring him instead."

So Masu, Chusaku's wife, carrying the boy on her back, came to pray.

"I will save the child according to the parents' minds"

was the teaching of Oyasama. The boy was completely restored to health in four or five days.

九 ふた親の心次第に






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