[The Seventh Great Vow: Requesting Buddhas (To) Abide (In The) World]
Furthermore, good man, speaking [of] that, [of] requesting Buddhas [to] abide [in the] world, [of] all exhausting [the] Dharma Realm’s empty space’s realms, [the] ten directions’ three periods’ all Buddha lands’ extremely fine dust [motes’] number [of] all Buddha Thus Come [Ones], those [who] will almost manifest Parinirvāṇa. And all Bodhisattvas, Voice-Hearers, [those by] Conditions Awakened, [those] having learning, no [more] learning, and even all good-knowing friends, I all request [to] not enter Parinirvāṇa. Passing of all Buddha lands’ extremely fine dust [motes’] number [of] kalpas, for [the] desire [to bring] benefits [and] joy [to] all sentient beings.
Thus [with] empty space’s realms exhausted, sentient beings’ realms exhausted, sentient beings’ karmas exhausted, sentient beings’ afflictions exhausted, my this requesting, [will] not have [a] complete end. [With] thought [to] thought [in] continuous succession, not having interruption. [With] body, speech [and] mind karmas, not having weariness.
[The Sixth Great Vow: Requesting Turning (Of The) Dharma Wheel]
[The Eighth Great Vow: Constantly Following Buddhas (To) Learn]