条形码：9787100101134 ; 978-7-100-10113-4
Each village reverently worships its own blessed Lord. In the passage of time, people even forget the name of the blessed Lord. But the gods are still there. The gods are still reveling. But I don’t know why. Therefore, the author hurried to villages to visit a blessed Lord. Because understanding them will help us deeply understand the spiritual world of the nation and comprehensively understand the traditional culture of the nation. Some villages smiled without answering. Some villages scratched their heads blankly. Some villages are evasive. Nowadays, few villagers know the name and origin of the blessing Lord of the village. Perhaps, for people, it doesn’t matter who the blessing Lord’s name is. What matters is that everyone should have such a Bodhisattva in his heart - it is one of many gods, but it belongs to the unique spirit of a village; Many gods protect the world, but they try their best to protect one side of the land; Many Bodhisattvas and immortals of Buddhism and Taoism are far away from the world and live in secluded mountains and forests, but they snuggle up to the village and breathe the fireworks of the world. In the sky of faith, it is a spiritual chieftain within reach of a village and has close emotional ties with the people in the village.
With the knowledge and wisdom of scholars and the sensitivity and talent of poets, the author explores the religious beliefs expressed in folk customs.
Liu Hua is a member of China Writers Association and China Folk Writers and Artists Association. He is currently the chairman of Jiangxi Federation of literary and art circles and the chairman of Jiangxi Folk Artists Association. He published many poems, essays and novels with millions of words. His works were once shortlisted for the Mao Dun Literature Award.