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c. Tetsugen walked about for years begging for money to complete his woodcut edition of the Buddhist scriptures but he was so compassionate that he gave away all the alms and his savings to the victims of the great flood. Again when an epidemic struck he donated all his collections for the purchase of medicines for the victims.
d. d. An instance of Tetsugen's humility was saying that he wouldn't regard ten thousand kan of rice as too much and not one grain of rice as too little. Another instance is that of paying gratitude to the Samurai who tossed him a small coin and Tetsugen accepting it as though it were a large measure
e.The significance of this project lay in the fact that there are 3 editions of the wooden sutras; the first two being more important and invisible as it helped saved many lives
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