"O Vakkali, whoever sees the Dhamma, sees me" ‘အို ဝကၠလိ၊ တရားကိုျမင္ေသာ သူသည္ ငါဘုရားကိုျမင္၏။’ Researched by Myoma Myint Kywe ( ၿမိဳ ႔မ ျမင့္ၾကြယ္)

"O Vakkali, whoever sees the Dhamma, sees me" အို ဝကၠလိ၊ တရားကိုျမင္ေသာ သူသည္ ငါဘုရားကိုျမင္၏။

" Vakkali! What is there to see in this vile (nasty) body? He who sees Dhamma/Dharma, Vakkali, sees me; he who sees me sees Dhamma/Dharma. Truly seeing Dhamma/Dharma, one sees me; seeing me one sees Dhamma/Dharma."
-The Buddha-
                                                          Researched by Myoma Myint Kywe ( ၿမိဳ ႔မ ျမင့္ၾကြယ္)

Vakkali was a brahmin who lived in Savatthi. One day when he saw the Buddha going on an alms-round in the city, he was very much impressed by the noble appearance of the Buddha. At the same time, he felt much most respectful affection and great reverence for the Buddha and asked permission to join the Order just to be near him. He joined the Sangha and became a disciple. He extremely respect and approached to Buddha but he did NOT practice teaching of Buddha. 

 As a bhikkhu, Vakkali always kept close to the Buddha; he did NOT care much about other duties of a bhikkhu and did not at all practise concentration meditation. 

So, the Buddha said to him, "Vakkali, it will be of no use to you by always keeping close to me, looking at my face. You should practise concentration meditation; for, indeed, only the one who sees the Dhamma/Dharma sees me. One who does NOT see the Dhamma/Dharma does NOT see me. So, you must leave my presence."
The qualities of the Dharma (Law, truth) are the same as the qualities of the Buddha and form his "truth body" or "Dhamma Kaya": In the Vakkali Sutta, Buddha said to his disciple Vakkali that,

‘Yo kho, vakkali, dhammaṃ passati so maṃ passati; yo maṃ passati so dhammaṃ passati’.
[yo=whoever, anyone; kho=indeed, surely; passati=sees; so=he; mam=1st person pronoun, me].
(‘Anyone who sees dhamma sees me; whoever sees me sees dhamma’).

To him the Buddha spoke in verse as follows:

Verse 381: The bhikkhu who frequently feels joy and is devoted to the Teaching of the Buddha will realize Nibbana — the Tranquil, the Unconditioned, the Blissful.

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