“Is it a taboo to talk about death?” by Venerable Kanugolle Rathanasara Thero – an audio recording

 MV Dhamma Fellowship had the pleasure to welcome Venerable Kanugolle Rathanasara Thero, who delivered a Dhamma talk entitled, “Is it a taboo to talk about death?” on October 24th 2016 at Chew Quee Neo Hall, to a full house capacity of more than 120 attendees. 

For the benefit of those who could not attend the event due to whatever circumstances, this audio recording is for all to share.

Do not miss the questions and answers session at the end of the event on issues like the benefit of chanting during the wake; Buddhist views on death and organ harvesting; and other pertinent issues.

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A warm welcome for Venerable Kanugolle Rathanasara Thero.

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Bhante in pensive mood elucidating a point.

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A section of the attendees … …

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… … with another section of the attendees … …

 

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… … in a full house capacity of more than 120 attendees.

Text, photos and recording by contributor who takes responsibility for any inadvertence, factual otherwise.

Contributor: Chin Kee Thou

Date: October 25th 2016.

 

About Chin Kee Thou

Reading Buddhist scriptures and writing articles for the blog and newsletters.
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3 Responses to “Is it a taboo to talk about death?” by Venerable Kanugolle Rathanasara Thero – an audio recording

  1. Angie Koh says:

    Brother Chin,
    I had missed the talk, is ithe a taboo to talk about death. Can you send the recording to me?
    Thanks.

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    • Chin Kee Thou says:

      Dear Sister Angie Koh,
      Please be advised the recording is embedded in the article itself.
      You can hear the talk directly from it.
      Thank you for taking interest in the blog.
      With Metta
      KT Chin

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