To build a beacon of wisdom and compassion for the living beings of the Dharma Realm.
Rigorously educate the Sangha in the precepts and the five main types of Mahayana Buddhist practice, preparing them to teach authentic Dharma for the contemporary world.
Provide training for sincere and serious lay-practitioners to develop genuine understanding of the Buddhadharma so they may continue into monastic training or take on the duty of supporting and protecting the Dharma.
Provide a setting for dialogue and exchange among the religious, philosophical, and ethical traditions of the world.
Establish a translation center to undertake translation projects and train individuals talented in languages in the translation of Buddhist texts.
Model a simple way of life consisting of rigorous cultivation based on the Six Principles established by the Venerable Master (respect, generosity, contentment, caring, selflessness, and honesty).