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Where should we put Buddha-images?

These days you might see Buddha-images in many places, restaurant, café, living room or in the garden. This could be common to the non-Buddhists. Some may not know why we create Buddha-image? Perhaps, they think that the Buddha-images are the … Continue reading

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What the Buddha taught about wash away your sins?

One Morning Phra Ananda, the Buddha’s attendant went for an alms round in Savatee City and saw a Brahmin named Sangarava who believed that to be pure from all sins one had to wash oneself three times a day in … Continue reading

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The fruit of rejoicing in others’ merit

Making merit by offering to the Sangha will gain countless fruit to the giver like the farmer who plants the crops in a rich soil. Those who wish for heavenly existence and nirvana should choose their merit field wisely. The … Continue reading

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The six roads to ruin(Abai ya mook)

Abai ya mook (bad drive) means the entrance to destruction. All of us like to be successful in life but with lack of right understanding or lack of discipline some may walk their life in the wrong ways. The Dhamma … Continue reading

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A New Way to Celebrate New Year in Sydney

New Year is the time to celebrate, the time to reflect the year passed and the time to make resolutions for the year ahead. People celebrate their New Year in many different ways. For Buddhists in Sydney, they chose to … Continue reading

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Right speech according to the guide line laid by the Lord Buddha

Besides training ourselves to say only the truth, we should be able to choose what we should or should not say. If that truth is not useful to anyone, it should be left unsaid. The Lord Buddha put the good … Continue reading

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