Non-Humans Pay Homage to H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu

Published on November 6, 1999
Non-human beings (Dragon-fish) pay homage to H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu.

Non-human beings (Dragon-fish) pay homage to H.H.
Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu.

In the city of Phutthamonthon (Buddha Monthon or PuTaMonTon), Thailand, human beings, birds, fish and animals listened to H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu give a discourse on the correct Dharma of the Tathagata. His Holiness gave a discourse under the shade of a great tree near a large lake.

Many types of birds and fish came to the area. These animals, along with dogs and insects, became totally still as they respectfully listened to the dharma. The lake started to surge up in waves. A large, dark gold fish used its tail to stand up by itself on the surface of the water along with a small black fish and a silver-white fish. All three fish paid homage to H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu. His Holinesssaid that the large fish was really a dragon who had transformed itself into a fish.