“Dhamma in daily life” by Ajaan Keng – an audio recording

At the invitation of MV Dhamma Fellowship, Venerable Phr Ajaan Keng delivered a Dhamma talk “Dhamma in daily life” on November 7th 2016 at the Chew Quee Neo Hall.


Eloquent speaker, Ajaan Keng in action.

It was well attended by a jam-packed congregation with some participants sat on the floor without any qualm, mesmerized by the talk by an eloquent speaker.  


A jam-packed congregation mesmerised by an eloquent speaker.


Injecting humour to enlighten the topic … …


… … to the amusement of the joyful congregation.

As usual the talk ended with the Questions and Answers session, which was well participated by enliven participants.


An enliven participant poses a question during the Q and A session … …


… … followed by another question from the enliven floor.

Here is an audio recording of talk in three segments for all to share.

The talk was recorded with Creative iRoar Go speaker for the first time. The whole talk was recorded in three segments instead of a continuous stream due to the inherent flawed design of the device which limits the recording to 60 minutes per session. The limited time duration for recording of 60 minutes was not mentioned in the product description or in the specifications.  It was also not revealed to The Straits Times which gave a perfect 5/5 overall rating of the product in its review dated September 21st 2016 (“Full marks for Creative’s tiny speaker that is big on sound”).

 The issue has been communicated to the technical service team of the manufacturer for a response.  

The low volume though audible was due to the setting during the recording, for which l tender my sincere apology for the poor sound quality. Nevertheless, you still can enjoy it.

NB: Text, photo and recording by contributor takes responsibility for an inadvertence, factual or otherwise.

Contributor: Chin Kee Thou

Date: November 9th 2016


About Chin Kee Thou

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