An audio recording – “How to maintain happiness in a developed society”

The MV Dhamma Fellowship under its Buddhism in Daily Life programme organises a series of Dhamma Talk by prominent guest speakers to deliver talks on a variety of topics on Buddhism that impact the well-being and wellness of the devotees and lay followers.

This talk “How to maintain happiness in a developed society” By Bhante Dr Seeha is the fifth Dhamma Talk for the year.

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The speaker, Dr Seeha elucidates a moot point.

It attracted a reasonable attendance.

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A section of attentive and pensive audience.

An audio recording is uploaded for all to share and especially for those who could not attend and missed the opportunity for whatever reason.

It is indeed a noble deed to spread the Dhamma and hope this recording will benefit those with little dust on their eyes as well as to the others. “I allow you, monks, to wander abroad for the good of the many, for the welfare and happiness of devas and humans. Do not go two together, monks, but teach the Dhamma that is lovely in its beginning, lovely in its middle, and lively in is ending, both in the letter and in the spirit, and display the holy life fully complete and perfect.  There are beings with little dust on their eyes who perishing through not hearing Dhamma: they will become knowers of the Dhamma.” (M.II, 48)

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“Teach the Dhamma that is lovely in its beginning, lovely in its middle, and lively in is ending, both in the letter and in the spirit, and display the holy life fully complete and perfect.” (M.II, 48).

The gift of the Dhamma excels all other gifts. (Dh. 354).

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Sadhu! Sadhu! Sadhu!

Contributor: Chin Kee Thou

Date: August 29th 2017

You are cordially invited to attend coming Dhamma Talks schedule on September 11th 2017 and September 18th 2017. Do mark your calendar and keep the dates to listen to the Dhammas.

(Contents, photos and audio clip by contributor who takes responsibility for any inadvertence factual or otherwise).

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About Chin Kee Thou

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