Sending [These] Words [To The] World’s People
Sentient beings’ mind-nature, [is] with [the] Buddhas’ [the] same, [as] companions, due [to] confusion betrayed thus, [with] rebirth not ceasing.
[The] Thus Come [One, with] loving-kindness [and] sympathy, according [to] capacities spoke [the] Dharma, [to] universally enable [those] containing consciousness, [to] approach [the] path [for] returning home.
Helpless [with] roots’ natures, [of] ten thousand [kinds], having [those] not equal, [if] not [as] outstanding persons, [it is] definitely difficult [to] exit [and] depart [from rebirth].
Because [of] this, specially opening, [the] Pure Land’s one Dharma Door, [to] universally gather all, [of] high, medium [and] low roots.
[Those with the] Five Heinous [Transgressions and] Ten Evil [Karmas, when] hell’s forms appear, [with] one thought delivered sincerely, immediately ascend [its] other shore.
Equal Awakening Bodhisattvas, [of] virtues with [the] Buddhas equal, still need [to be] reborn [there, to] then realise Bodhi.
[Of] thin ground’s ordinary beings, complete [with] afflictions, [who are] not willing [to be] mindful [of] Buddha, what is better?
Sending [these] words [to the] world’s people, [to] together give rise [to] Faith [and] Aspiration, [to] uphold [the] Buddha’s name [Āmítuófó: 阿弥陀佛], [from the] beginning [to the] end, [do] not change [this].
Awaiting until [when] approaching [life’s] end, [to] receive [the] Buddha’s reception [and] guidance, [to] suddenly exit [the] Five Defilements, [to] directly ascend [the] Nine Grades.
Seeing [the] Buddha [and] hearing [the] Dharma, personally realise non-birth, ride great vows’ ship, [to] universally deliver sentient [beings].
Pure Land Tradition’s 13th Patriarch Great Master Yìnguāng
Inscription (Combined [With] Preface) [For] Re-carving [Of] ‘Lóngshū’s Pure Land Text’
Namo Amituofo : Translation by Shen Shi’an
Lóngshū’s Pure Land Text:
 First Scroll: Nine Essays On Arising Of Faith In Pure Land, etc.
 Pure Land Practice Benefits While Living And After Dying, With Both Worldly And World-Transcending Dharma