Category Archives: Dhamma Stories

What would you do to the fish so that you can eat it for a long time?

Once upon a time a governor discussed with his wife about arranging a marriage for their son. He was a good behaved young man. “We should find a suitable wife for our son so that his future will flourish.” When … Continue reading

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it’s proper to conquer angry people with non-aggression

It’s right Utara it’s proper to conquer angry people with non-aggression It is normal to defeat irritable people with calmness To conquer abusive speech with pleasant speech To overcome plaintiff with non-grievance To conquer wicked people with compassion To conquer … Continue reading

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The Kathin presentation (Thot Kathin)

The kathin presentation, which is made annually at the close of phansa, constitutes one of the major contributions received by any monastic community. The practice of offering kathin in Theravada Buddhist countries at the present time consists in essence of … Continue reading

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Mr. Nantiya’s story

“Relatives and friends joyfully welcome the safe return of someone they haven’t seen for a long time. Similarly merit is waiting to greet a merit maker.” Mr. Nantiya’s story Once upon a time the parents of a young man of … Continue reading

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