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gqga_sinhala.pdfGood Question, Good Answer (Sinhala)1089 viewsGood Question, Good Answer (Sinhala version)Sep 25, 2013
gqga_chinese.pdfGood Question, Good Answer (Chinese)1333 viewsGood Question, Good Answer (Chinese version)Sep 25, 2013
Way-it-is-by-ajahn-sumedho.pdfThe Way It Is 2219 viewsThis book contains a collection of teachings of Ajahn Sumedho given to people who are familiar with the conventions of Theravada Buddhism and have some experience of meditation. Most of the chapters are edited from talks given during retreats for lay people for Ajahn Sumedho's monastic (ordained) disciples, so they require some careful attention and are best read in sequence. In many of these talks Ajahn Sumedho expounds on the uniquely Buddhist expression of 'not-self' (anatta). He maintains this to be the Buddha's way of pointing to the experience of Ultimate Reality that is the goal of many religions. During the monastic retreats Ajahn Sumedho frequently teaches the Dependent Origination paticca-samuppada based on the approach of anatta. The Dependent Origination traces the process whereby suffering (dukkha) is compounded out of ignorance (avijja) and conversely suffering is eliminated (or rather not created) with the cessation of ignorance. Just as anatta -- not-self -- is the expression of Ultimate Truth.Sep 25, 2013
Nothing-is-more-joyless.pdf“Nothing is more joyless than selfishness”1913 viewsThese teachings were originally talks given byduring his stay at Wat Pah Nanachat, the International Forest Monastery in the North-East of Thailand, in May 1989. The talks were usually given during the evening meetings, when the Sangha would come together for chanting, meditation and listening to the Dhamma.Sep 25, 2013
ThePurposeofLife.pdfThe Purpose of Life and Other Teachings5725 viewsThis book gives very clear, practical and direct advice to those who seek to achieve an understanding of their life on earth, and how to lead a noble and peaceful life amidst the confusion, murkiness, materialism and strong craving that this age heralds. Ven. Dhammananda shows us the real nature of worldly life, giving us a correct understanding of life as it is and puts worldly pleasures into its right perspective.May 02, 2010
AHappyMarriedLife.pdfA Happy Married Life - A Buddhist Perspective8058 viewsA good marriage should grow and develop gradually from understanding and not impulse, from true loyalty and not just sheer indulgence. A marriage is a partnership of equality, gentleness, generosity, calm and dedication. Each is complementary to the other; giving strength and moral courage to each other; supporting and appreciating the other in caring and providing for the family.May 02, 2010
gqga_arabic.pdfGood Questions, Good Answers (Arabic)2581 viewsQuestions and answers on basic Buddhism (Arabic version)Apr 18, 2009
gqga2.pdfGood Questions, Good Answers (English)14644 viewsThis is a very popular book on questions and answers on basic Buddhism. Read the answers to questions that people often ask about the Buddha's Teachings with Venerable S. Dhammika. The book covers topics such as What is Buddhism? Basic Buddhist Concepts, Buddhism and the god Idea, The Five Precepts, Rebirth, Meditation, Wisdom and Compassion, Vegetarianism, Good Luck and Fate and Becoming a Buddhist.Apr 18, 2009
gqga_khamer.pdfGood Question, Good Answer (Cambodian)1698 viewsKhmer (Cambodian) edition of Ven. Dhammika's Good Question, Good Answer. Translator: Bhikkhu S. Vodano.Jan 01, 1970
undrstnd.pdfTo Understand Buddhism3321 viewsThe teachings of Master Chin Kung are based on true sincerity towards others; purity of mind; equality in everything we see; proper understanding of ourselves and our environment; compassion by helping others in a wise and unconditional way. See through to the truth of impermanence; let go of all wandering thoughts and attachments; accord with conditions to go along with the environment. Be mindful of Amitabha Buddha - wishing to reach the Pure Land and follow His Teachings.Jan 01, 1970
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