This chapter demonstrates that virtual objects and actual objects point toward a practitioner's intentionality, the Buddhist objects are perceived as having merit. It also offers that for students, AL and SL Buddhist objects share a rough equivalence as symbolic pointers toward a particular intention and promise. On the other hand, devotees believe that while SL holy objects are significant, they are not as powerful as holy objects in Al. The preparation for meditation continued with quick recitations of the Four Noble Truths, the Eightfold Path, and the Seven Factors of Enlightenment. Buddhist holy objects are understood to be special, especially if they are consecrated within the purview of the particular tradition. Steven Collins, social and cultural historian of Buddhism, makes a keen observation that Nirvana is just one of the many rewards and felicities desired and sought by practicing Buddhists, and this is illustrated precisely by the literature that outlines in detail the many benefits of making various holy objects.