“IQ & EQ in Buddhism” by Bhante Cakkapala – A video recording

The propagation of the Dhamma is indeed a noble deed following the footsteps of Lord Buddha, who 2500 years ago instructed His disciples to spread out to preach the Dhamma: “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 the beginning, lovely in its middle, and lovely in its ending, both in letter and in the spirit, and display the holy life fully complete and perfect.” (DN II, 48).

Bhante Cakkapala, a resident monk at Mangala Vihara (Buddhist Temple) is an eloquent speaker, has been a frequent guest of various Buddhist institutions to deliver Dhamma Talk.

We bring forth and share his Dhamma talk delivered at Buddhist Fellowship on June 16th 2019.

(Video recording from YouTube with courtesy of Buddhist Fellowship)

The gift of Dhamma excels all other gifts. May this gift be of benefit to you.


Submitted by Chin Kee Thou
Date June 17th 2019


About Chin Kee Thou

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