Transforming people from sinners to good people

According to Buddhism, we are not sinners for good. A person is called a sinner, because of his/her sinful actions. Once you stop such actions, you become a good person. The purpose of Buddhist practice is to change people from doing sinful actions to doing good actions, transforming people from sinners to good people. Buddhism points out no matter what you have done, the moment you have stopped doing the sinful actions and the moment you have chosen to do good deeds, you have become a good person. You are not a sinner anymore
With many blessings!
Bhante Saranapala
The Urban Buddhist Monk

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