An audio recording: “Two aspects of morality” by Bhante Cakkapala

The MV Dhamma Fellowship under its Buddhism in Daily Life programme was grateful to Bhante Cakapala who delivered a talk on September 18th 2017 under the Dhamma Talk series, entitled “Two aspects of morality”.


Bhante Cakkapala delivered his talk … … …

Bhante Cakkapala was the second resident monk from Managal Vihara (Buddhist Temple) to grace the event, the first being Venerable U Cittara.


… … … and the second resident monk from Mangala Vihara (Buddhist Temple).

As with any of the other talks it garnered a respectable turnout of nearly a hundred participants and the talk was injected with humour in lighter vein to their amusement.


The talk injected with humour to the amusement of the participants.

There was a lively questions and answers session from the floor with some intrigue questions raised. You may be able to hear them from the audio recording and be amused.

Q and Time

Like any event, there were some who missed it due to whatever reasons best known to themselves.

However, in the spirit of propagating the Dhamma it is a noble deed to bring the Dhamma to them with this audio recording.

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

The Dhamma Talk series has scheduled two more talks on October 2nd 2017 and October 30th 2017  and do make sure you mark your calendar so as not to miss them.

Upholding the tradition of Mangala Vihara (Buddhist Temple) every lesson conducted by the resident monks ends with the chanting of the Chatta Manava Gatha as the finale of the session.


Chanting of the Chatta Manava Gatha as the finale of the session.

You may view more photos from The Photo Gallery and perhaps catch your presence in it.

Sadhu! Sadhu! Sadhu!


Text and photos: Chin Kee Thou

Audio clips: Chin Kee Thou, David Chua and Chan May Wan

Date: September 19th 2017

The contributors take responsibility for any inadvertence factual or otherwise.

About Chin Kee Thou

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