"With such arrays of qualities of a Buddhaland, Sariputra, is the Buddhaland adorned."

This lesson's text is the refrain that closes the major sections of description of the Land of Happiness of the Buddha Amitabha. The script and grammar were thoroughly discussed in issue #89, pages 22-23, and this is the fifth occurrence. Section seven has discussed how in that Buddhaland, when a soft wind stirs the trees and rows of little bells, a sweet and wondrous sound comes forth, just as if a hundred thousand kotis of heavenly musical instruments were being played together all at the same time when the beings in the Land of Ultimate Bliss hear those sounds, they immediately become mindful of the Triple Jewel: the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha.