Kamma Fact and Fiction by Bhante Dhammika – an audio recording

“Kamma Fact and Fiction” delivered by Bhante S Dhammika on May 30th 2016, was the third dhamma talk by distinguish guest speaker organised by MV Dhamma Fellowship in the Dhamma Talk series for the year 2016.

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Speaker Bhante S. Dhammika delivers his talk . . .

It was held at the Chew Quee Neo Hall that spellbound a full house attendance with many left standing at the rear of the auditorium. Many captive listeners were mesmerised by his eloquent talk, peppered with light humour and real life incidents.

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. . . that spellbound a full house audience.

Bhante S. Dhammika is well known for his public talks and represented Theravada Buddhism at the European Buddhist Millennium Conference in Berlin in 2000.

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Sharing a lighter moment.

He is the author of more than 25 books. Two of his books entitled:  ”LIKE Milk AND WATER MIXED” and “Good Kamma! Bad Kamma! What Exactly Is Kamma?” were distributed to the attendees.

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The two books that were distributed: Like Milk and Water Mixed & Good Kamma! Bad Kamma! What Exactly is Kamma?.

For those who were unable to attend the talk, this recording is delivered forth for your benefit.

 

 

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Captive audience mesmerise by the speaker.

Contributor: Chin Kee Thou

Date: June 1st 2016

 

 

 

About Chin Kee Thou

Reading Buddhist scriptures and writing articles for the blog and newsletters.
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