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2728 Wed 29 Aug 2018 LESSON (71) Wed 29 Aug 2007


Do Good Be Mindful  -  Awakened One with Awareness (AOA)

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Sangha (Noble Order)-Learning / Studing Gatha -Parinibbana-How to learn Pali Language? - 1  —

Dhammapada


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPNHKnYctYM




Published on Mar 26, 2012


Dear
friends,

Buddha Dhamma Sagararanna had their new temple opening ceremony at Port
Dickson last Sunday. Many sangha members from around the world attended
the ceremony… including nuns from Taiwan, nuns of Myanmmar and local
Dharma practitioners. How beautiful! I was invited to attend the
opening, due to hectic schedule I was not able to attend, but Kechara’s
Liaison Irene Lim attended and presented gifts on my behalf.

The sangha members were led by Venerable Chang Ern from Buddha Dhamma
Sagararanna Buddhist Association. Venerable Chang Ern also serves as the
Chief of Malaysia Buddhist Association (MBA), Negeri Sembilan branch.

Kechara’s liaisons Irene was contacted by Venerable Chang Ern, and Irene
immediately offered to host the group of sangha members for dinner at
Kechara Oasis (KO), Jaya One. This was a Dana offering on behalf of
Kechara at our own Vegetarian Restaurant!

At KO, Irene gave a warm welcome to this group of sangha members with an
opening speech thanking them for giving her the opportunity to offer
Dana. Pastor Ngeow and Liaison Paul Yap were also there to represent
Kechara House. The group was offered delicious, healthy and vegetarian
food… I was told that they liked the food offered to them very much!

After dinner, Irene and the group of sangha members went to the Kechara
House gompa for a visit. The sangha members and other lay Dharma
practitioners were then given a tour of our Kechara Gallery.

During this time, Ven Chang Ern and the group of nuns from Taiwan left
to another Dharma center to escort Venerable Chuan Dao (4th abbot of
Miao Xin Si, Taiwan) and Venerable Zong Hong (abbot of Jin Gang Chan Si
in OUG, Kuala Lumpur) to our center. Venerable Zong Hong is the Head of
MBA’s Youth Section.

I only got to know of the visit a few hours before they arrived at KO!
As it’s very meritorious to make offerings to sangha members, I decided
to go to Kechara House to meet the group and present a few offerings to
them. So while the monks and nuns were having dinner, I was with Paris
and my Private Office arranging offerings for these holy monks and nuns.

When I arrived, I was surprised to see so many of our Kechara members
upstairs at the main prayer hall! They only got to know about the last
minute visit 30 minutes before I arrived, so I did not expect it at
all… I was happy to see all of them. After I presented the offerings
to the sangha members and their assistants, they had to leave because it
was quite late already. I did not want to keep them up for too long,
especially the older sangha members who had very kindly changed their
schedule to visit KH…

I felt inspired to give a short Dharma talk to our Kechara members on
why we make offerings to the sangha. I don’t like my students to do
things blindly without understanding why they are doing it. I feel with
knowledge, Dharma activity and study and practice becomes more
meaningful.

I explained that our karma with each other is relational. This means the
weight of our karma depends on the person’s relationship with us. For
example, the karma of hurting our family and friends is heavier than the
karma of hurting total strangers who we have never met before. Likewise
the karma of hurting our parents is much heavier than the karma of
hurting our brothers and sisters. The karma of hurting our mother is
also heavier than the karma of hurting our brother, because she carried
us in her womb for 9 months. Now that is at an ordinary level. Then our
relational karma with strangers, friends, parents, spouse and sangha are
explained in brief here in this talk.

Actually I have spoken about this many times before but I wanted to
share it with Kecharians again because I feel it is very very important
that we make offerings to the Sangha to support their dharma practice
and generate merits for our KWPC or Kechara World Peace Centre which is
our retreat land in the mountains and our own attainments. I hope you
will listen to this talk and really put it into your mind. It will
greatly benefit your understanding of why supporting the sangha is
important.

Tsem Rinpoche

see my blog post on this: http://blog.tsemtulku.com/tsem-tulku-…


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPydLZ0cavc
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The Great Discourse on the Total Unbinding
This wide-ranging sutta, the longest one in the Pali canon, describes
the events leading up to, during, and immediately following the death
and final release (parinibbana) of the Buddha. This colorful narrative
contains a wealth of Dhamma teachings, including the Buddha’s final
instructions that defined how Buddhism would be lived and practiced long
after the Buddha’s death — even to this day. But this sutta also
depicts, in simple language, the poignant human drama that unfolds among
the Buddha’s many devoted followers around the time of the death of
their beloved teacher.
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The life of Buddha # 12 Buddha Parinibbana
Sabar Sukarno
Published on Mar 16, 2016
https://dharma-insight.blogspot.co.id

Sang Buddha parinibbana (wafat) di Kusinara. Pada saat-saat terakhir
Buddha menyampaikan pesan-pesan penting kepada bhikkhu Ananda dan para
bhikkhu lain. Pada kesempatan itu Buddha melakukan penahbisan terakhir
yaitu kepada Bhikkhu Subhadda. Sang Buddha wafat disaksikan oleh para
bhikkhu dan dewa serta brahma. Relik (sisa organ jasmani) Buddha
disimpan di stupa untuk dijadikan sebagai pengingat dan obyek pemujaan
bagi umat Buddha
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https://dharma-insight.blogspot.co.id Sang Buddha parinibbana (wafat) di Kusinara. Pada saat-saat terakhir Buddha menyampaikan pesan-pesan penting kepada…


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Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language
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Published on Jan 9, 2016
Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
is widely studied because it is the language of many of the earliest
extant literature of Buddhism as collected in the Pāli Canon or Tipiṭaka
and is the sacred language of Theravada Buddhism.
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Magadhi Prakrit-
Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0TTGgcq3qU
Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan
Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan 1 second ago
When a just born baby is separated and kept alone, it will speak a
language like any other living being that have their own languages which
is a communicating instrument. That human language is Magadhi a prakrit
and Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language. All other languages are off
shoot of Magadhi and hence all languages are noble and classical.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0TTGgcq3qU
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Magadhi Prakrit is of one of the three Dramatic Prakrits, the written
languages of Ancient India following the decline of Pali and
Sanskrit.Magadhi Prakrit was spoken in the eastern Indian subcontinent,
in a region spanning what is now eastern India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.It
is believed to be the language spoken by the important religious
figures Gautama Buddha and Mahavira and was also the language of the
courts of the Magadha mahajanapada and the Maurya Empire; the edicts of
Ashoka were composed in it.Magadhi Prakrit later evolved into the
Eastern Zone Indo-Aryan languages, including Assamese, Bengali, Odia and
the Bihari languages .

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Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
is widely studied because it is the language of many of the earliest
extant literature of Buddhism as collected in the Pāli Canon or Tipiṭaka
and is the sacred language of Theravada Buddhism….
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(Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It is
widely studied because it is the language of many of the earliest extant
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Published on Apr 28, 2017
About UWest Pali Society:

UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting Theravada Pali tradition
both academically and ritually. We welcome all the UWest community
members to join us and feel good with us. Individuals outside the UWest
community can be included with the invitation from the members.

The objectives of the UWest Pali Society would be:

1. Pali Sutta Reading & Translation (Free):
Here we read & translate selected original Pali suttas and discuss
the key Pali terms leading to further discussions. We invite all those
like-minded faculty, staff and students to join us and learn research
and share the experience.

2. Pali Learning (Free):

We are
more than happy to introduce Pali language to those who are interested.
We teach Pali language from the very beginning to advanced level.

3. Online Pali Group (Free):

We have already started an online Pali teaching program. Those who are
interested in joining, please contact admin@dhammausa.com

3. Guest Speeches (Free):

We organize monthly guest speeches by eminent scholars and visiting
Buddhist monks to propagate and promote Pali Language and Literature.

Meeting Dates: Please check for updates here www.dhammausa.com
About DhammaUS:

DHAMMA US is a non-profit, charity organization engaged in Community
Care, Spiritual Care & Pali Studies. We conduct Meditation, Yoga,
Spiritual Counselling, Healing & Therapeutic Chanting and Teaching
Pali Language. We promote peace, harmony, non-violence along with the
message of the Buddha. We are happy to share the Theravada Buddhist
Studies with any like minded individual or community. However, we
support and promote unconditionally all the other Buddhist schools
without any discrimination. We also respect all the other religions and
their teachings on humanity, world peace, non-violence, and
environmental care.

Contact:

Website: http://www.dhammausa.com/
Blog: http://dhammaus.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dhamma_Us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhammaus15
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6dg
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhamma-us
Google+: https://plus.google.com/1085636941523
Email: info@dhammausa.com

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About
UWest Pali Society: UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting
Theravada Pali tradition both academically and ritually. We welcome all
the UWest…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKKg07tv72I&t=439s
Dhamma Us
Published on Apr 28, 2017
About UWest Pali Society:

UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting Theravada Pali tradition
both academically and ritually. We welcome all the UWest community
members to join us and feel good with us. Individuals outside the UWest
community can be included with the invitation from the members.

The objectives of the UWest Pali Society would be:

1. Pali Sutta Reading & Translation (Free):
Here we read & translate selected original Pali suttas and discuss
the key Pali terms leading to further discussions. We invite all those
like-minded faculty, staff and students to join us and learn research
and share the experience.

2. Pali Learning (Free):

We are
more than happy to introduce Pali language to those who are interested.
We teach Pali language from the very beginning to advanced level.

3. Online Pali Group (Free):

We have already started an online Pali teaching program. Those who are
interested in joining, please contact admin@dhammausa.com

3. Guest Speeches (Free):

We organize monthly guest speeches by eminent scholars and visiting
Buddhist monks to propagate and promote Pali Language and Literature.

Meeting Dates: Please check for updates here www.dhammausa.com
About DhammaUS:

DHAMMA US is a non-profit, charity organization engaged in Community
Care, Spiritual Care & Pali Studies. We conduct Meditation, Yoga,
Spiritual Counselling, Healing & Therapeutic Chanting and Teaching
Pali Language. We promote peace, harmony, non-violence along with the
message of the Buddha. We are happy to share the Theravada Buddhist
Studies with any like minded individual or community. However, we
support and promote unconditionally all the other Buddhist schools
without any discrimination. We also respect all the other religions and
their teachings on humanity, world peace, non-violence, and
environmental care.

Contact:

Website: http://www.dhammausa.com/
Blog: http://dhammaus.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dhamma_Us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhammaus15
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6dg
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhamma-us
Google+: https://plus.google.com/1085636941523
Email: info@dhammausa.com

Keywords:
UWest Pali Society
UWest
University of the West
Pali
Buddhism
Buddhist
Chanting
Spiritual
Religion
USA
California
Lankarama Buddhist Institute
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The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each
saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in
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and one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each
saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in
response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha
and his monastic community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha,
presents the details of these events and is a rich source of legend for
the life and times of the Buddha.
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The Dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the Buddha in verse form
and one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar
and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each saying recorded in the
collection was made on a different occasion in response to a unique
situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha and his monastic
community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha, presents the
details of these events and is a rich source of legend for the life and
times of the Buddha.
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2728 Wed 29 Aug 2018 LESSON (71) Wed 29 Aug 2007


Do Good Be Mindful  -  Awakened One with Awareness (AOA)

BDS

Sangha (Noble Order)-Learning / Studing Gatha -Parinibbana-How to learn Pali Language? - 1  —

Dhammapada


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPNHKnYctYM




Published on Mar 26, 2012


Dear
friends,

Buddha Dhamma Sagararanna had their new temple opening ceremony at Port
Dickson last Sunday. Many sangha members from around the world attended
the ceremony… including nuns from Taiwan, nuns of Myanmmar and local
Dharma practitioners. How beautiful! I was invited to attend the
opening, due to hectic schedule I was not able to attend, but Kechara’s
Liaison Irene Lim attended and presented gifts on my behalf.

The sangha members were led by Venerable Chang Ern from Buddha Dhamma
Sagararanna Buddhist Association. Venerable Chang Ern also serves as the
Chief of Malaysia Buddhist Association (MBA), Negeri Sembilan branch.

Kechara’s liaisons Irene was contacted by Venerable Chang Ern, and Irene
immediately offered to host the group of sangha members for dinner at
Kechara Oasis (KO), Jaya One. This was a Dana offering on behalf of
Kechara at our own Vegetarian Restaurant!

At KO, Irene gave a warm welcome to this group of sangha members with an
opening speech thanking them for giving her the opportunity to offer
Dana. Pastor Ngeow and Liaison Paul Yap were also there to represent
Kechara House. The group was offered delicious, healthy and vegetarian
food… I was told that they liked the food offered to them very much!

After dinner, Irene and the group of sangha members went to the Kechara
House gompa for a visit. The sangha members and other lay Dharma
practitioners were then given a tour of our Kechara Gallery.

During this time, Ven Chang Ern and the group of nuns from Taiwan left
to another Dharma center to escort Venerable Chuan Dao (4th abbot of
Miao Xin Si, Taiwan) and Venerable Zong Hong (abbot of Jin Gang Chan Si
in OUG, Kuala Lumpur) to our center. Venerable Zong Hong is the Head of
MBA’s Youth Section.

I only got to know of the visit a few hours before they arrived at KO!
As it’s very meritorious to make offerings to sangha members, I decided
to go to Kechara House to meet the group and present a few offerings to
them. So while the monks and nuns were having dinner, I was with Paris
and my Private Office arranging offerings for these holy monks and nuns.

When I arrived, I was surprised to see so many of our Kechara members
upstairs at the main prayer hall! They only got to know about the last
minute visit 30 minutes before I arrived, so I did not expect it at
all… I was happy to see all of them. After I presented the offerings
to the sangha members and their assistants, they had to leave because it
was quite late already. I did not want to keep them up for too long,
especially the older sangha members who had very kindly changed their
schedule to visit KH…

I felt inspired to give a short Dharma talk to our Kechara members on
why we make offerings to the sangha. I don’t like my students to do
things blindly without understanding why they are doing it. I feel with
knowledge, Dharma activity and study and practice becomes more
meaningful.

I explained that our karma with each other is relational. This means the
weight of our karma depends on the person’s relationship with us. For
example, the karma of hurting our family and friends is heavier than the
karma of hurting total strangers who we have never met before. Likewise
the karma of hurting our parents is much heavier than the karma of
hurting our brothers and sisters. The karma of hurting our mother is
also heavier than the karma of hurting our brother, because she carried
us in her womb for 9 months. Now that is at an ordinary level. Then our
relational karma with strangers, friends, parents, spouse and sangha are
explained in brief here in this talk.

Actually I have spoken about this many times before but I wanted to
share it with Kecharians again because I feel it is very very important
that we make offerings to the Sangha to support their dharma practice
and generate merits for our KWPC or Kechara World Peace Centre which is
our retreat land in the mountains and our own attainments. I hope you
will listen to this talk and really put it into your mind. It will
greatly benefit your understanding of why supporting the sangha is
important.

Tsem Rinpoche

see my blog post on this: http://blog.tsemtulku.com/tsem-tulku-…


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPydLZ0cavc
Maha-parinibbana Sutta — Last Days of the Buddha
HAPPY LOTUS
Published on Apr 19, 2014
The Great Discourse on the Total Unbinding
This wide-ranging sutta, the longest one in the Pali canon, describes
the events leading up to, during, and immediately following the death
and final release (parinibbana) of the Buddha. This colorful narrative
contains a wealth of Dhamma teachings, including the Buddha’s final
instructions that defined how Buddhism would be lived and practiced long
after the Buddha’s death — even to this day. But this sutta also
depicts, in simple language, the poignant human drama that unfolds among
the Buddha’s many devoted followers around the time of the death of
their beloved teacher.
Category
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youtube.com
The Great Discourse on the Total Unbinding This wide-ranging sutta, the longest one in the Pali canon,…

Published on Sep 5, 2012


Venerable Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thero

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lmqWiBRgfg
The life of Buddha # 12 Buddha Parinibbana
Sabar Sukarno
Published on Mar 16, 2016
https://dharma-insight.blogspot.co.id

Sang Buddha parinibbana (wafat) di Kusinara. Pada saat-saat terakhir
Buddha menyampaikan pesan-pesan penting kepada bhikkhu Ananda dan para
bhikkhu lain. Pada kesempatan itu Buddha melakukan penahbisan terakhir
yaitu kepada Bhikkhu Subhadda. Sang Buddha wafat disaksikan oleh para
bhikkhu dan dewa serta brahma. Relik (sisa organ jasmani) Buddha
disimpan di stupa untuk dijadikan sebagai pengingat dan obyek pemujaan
bagi umat Buddha
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Practicing Vipassana
Rupa
Patipatti -Practicing Meditation
Samatha Vipassana

Jhana Attained

16 kinds of Vipassana

Pali Language & Literature

History of pali Language and Literature(2)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5W2t9tXW-Y&t=45s
Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language
worldbuddhistradio
Published on Jan 9, 2016
Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
is widely studied because it is the language of many of the earliest
extant literature of Buddhism as collected in the Pāli Canon or Tipiṭaka
and is the sacred language of Theravada Buddhism.
Category
Education
Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan
Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan
3 months ago
Magadhi Prakrit-
Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0TTGgcq3qU
Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan
Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan 1 second ago
When a just born baby is separated and kept alone, it will speak a
language like any other living being that have their own languages which
is a communicating instrument. That human language is Magadhi a prakrit
and Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language. All other languages are off
shoot of Magadhi and hence all languages are noble and classical.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0TTGgcq3qU
Magadhi Prakrit
WikiWikiup
Published on Aug 7, 2016
Magadhi Prakrit is of one of the three Dramatic Prakrits, the written
languages of Ancient India following the decline of Pali and
Sanskrit.Magadhi Prakrit was spoken in the eastern Indian subcontinent,
in a region spanning what is now eastern India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.It
is believed to be the language spoken by the important religious
figures Gautama Buddha and Mahavira and was also the language of the
courts of the Magadha mahajanapada and the Maurya Empire; the edicts of
Ashoka were composed in it.Magadhi Prakrit later evolved into the
Eastern Zone Indo-Aryan languages, including Assamese, Bengali, Odia and
the Bihari languages .

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Pali (Pāli) is a Prakrit language native to the Indian subcontinent. It
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Published on Apr 28, 2017
About UWest Pali Society:

UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting Theravada Pali tradition
both academically and ritually. We welcome all the UWest community
members to join us and feel good with us. Individuals outside the UWest
community can be included with the invitation from the members.

The objectives of the UWest Pali Society would be:

1. Pali Sutta Reading & Translation (Free):
Here we read & translate selected original Pali suttas and discuss
the key Pali terms leading to further discussions. We invite all those
like-minded faculty, staff and students to join us and learn research
and share the experience.

2. Pali Learning (Free):

We are
more than happy to introduce Pali language to those who are interested.
We teach Pali language from the very beginning to advanced level.

3. Online Pali Group (Free):

We have already started an online Pali teaching program. Those who are
interested in joining, please contact admin@dhammausa.com

3. Guest Speeches (Free):

We organize monthly guest speeches by eminent scholars and visiting
Buddhist monks to propagate and promote Pali Language and Literature.

Meeting Dates: Please check for updates here www.dhammausa.com
About DhammaUS:

DHAMMA US is a non-profit, charity organization engaged in Community
Care, Spiritual Care & Pali Studies. We conduct Meditation, Yoga,
Spiritual Counselling, Healing & Therapeutic Chanting and Teaching
Pali Language. We promote peace, harmony, non-violence along with the
message of the Buddha. We are happy to share the Theravada Buddhist
Studies with any like minded individual or community. However, we
support and promote unconditionally all the other Buddhist schools
without any discrimination. We also respect all the other religions and
their teachings on humanity, world peace, non-violence, and
environmental care.

Contact:

Website: http://www.dhammausa.com/
Blog: http://dhammaus.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dhamma_Us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhammaus15
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Dhamma Us
Published on Apr 28, 2017
About UWest Pali Society:

UWest Pali Society is committed to promoting Theravada Pali tradition
both academically and ritually. We welcome all the UWest community
members to join us and feel good with us. Individuals outside the UWest
community can be included with the invitation from the members.

The objectives of the UWest Pali Society would be:

1. Pali Sutta Reading & Translation (Free):
Here we read & translate selected original Pali suttas and discuss
the key Pali terms leading to further discussions. We invite all those
like-minded faculty, staff and students to join us and learn research
and share the experience.

2. Pali Learning (Free):

We are
more than happy to introduce Pali language to those who are interested.
We teach Pali language from the very beginning to advanced level.

3. Online Pali Group (Free):

We have already started an online Pali teaching program. Those who are
interested in joining, please contact admin@dhammausa.com

3. Guest Speeches (Free):

We organize monthly guest speeches by eminent scholars and visiting
Buddhist monks to propagate and promote Pali Language and Literature.

Meeting Dates: Please check for updates here www.dhammausa.com
About DhammaUS:

DHAMMA US is a non-profit, charity organization engaged in Community
Care, Spiritual Care & Pali Studies. We conduct Meditation, Yoga,
Spiritual Counselling, Healing & Therapeutic Chanting and Teaching
Pali Language. We promote peace, harmony, non-violence along with the
message of the Buddha. We are happy to share the Theravada Buddhist
Studies with any like minded individual or community. However, we
support and promote unconditionally all the other Buddhist schools
without any discrimination. We also respect all the other religions and
their teachings on humanity, world peace, non-violence, and
environmental care.

Contact:

Website: http://www.dhammausa.com/
Blog: http://dhammaus.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dhamma_Us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dhammaus15
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6dg
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dhamma-us
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Email: info@dhammausa.com

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UWest
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Dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the Buddha in verse form and
one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each
saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in
response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha
and his monastic community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha,
presents the details of these events and is a rich source of legend for
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and one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each
saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in
response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha
and his monastic community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha,
presents the details of these events and is a rich source of legend for
the life and times of the Buddha.
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The Dhammapada is a collection of sayings of the Buddha in verse form
and one of the most widely read and best known Buddhist scriptures. The
original version of the Dhammapada is in the Khuddaka Nikaya, a division
of the Pali Canon of Theravada Buddhism.

The Buddhist scholar
and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each saying recorded in the
collection was made on a different occasion in response to a unique
situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha and his monastic
community. His commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha, presents the
details of these events and is a rich source of legend for the life and
times of the Buddha.
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Doctrine-True Practice of The Path Shown by The Blessed,Noble,Awakened One-The Tathagata

Knowing Oneself and Knowing Others

The Buddha taught us to contemplate our body, for example: hair of the head, hair of the body, nails, teeth, skin… it’s all body. Take a look! We are told to investigate right here. If we don’t see these things clearly as they are in ourselves, we won’t understand regarding other people. We won’t see others clearly nor will we see ourselves. However, if we do understand and see clearly the nature of our own bodies, our doubts and wonderings regarding others will disappear. This is because body and mind (Rupa and Nama) are the same for everybody. It isn’t necessary to go and examine all the bodies in the world since we know that they are the same as us — we are the same as them. If we have this kind of understanding then our burden becomes lighter. Without this kind of understanding, all we do is develop a heavier burden. In order to know about others we would have to go and examine everybody in the entire world. That would be very difficult. We would soon become discouraged.

Our Vinaya is similar to this. When we look at our Vinaya (Code of Monks’ Discipline) we feel that it’s very difficult. We must keep every rule, study every rule, review our practice with every rule. If we just think about it, “Oh, it’s impossible!” We read the literal meaning of all the numerous rules and, if we merely follow our thinking about them, we could well decide that it’s beyond our ability to keep them all. Anyone who has had this kind of attitude towards the Vinaya has the same feeling about it — there are a lot of rules!

The scriptures tell us that we must examine ourselves regarding each and every rule and keep them all strictly. We must know them all and observe them perfectly. This is the same as saying that to understand about others we must go and examine absolutely everybody. This is a very heavy attitude. And it’s like this because we take what is said literally. If we follow the textbooks, this is the way we must go. Some Teachers teach in this manner — strict adherence to what the textbooks say. It just can’t work that way.17

Actually, if we study theory like this, our practice won’t develop at all. In fact our faith will disappear, our faith in the Way will be destroyed. This is because we haven’t yet understood. When there is wisdom we will understand that all the people in the entire world really amount to just this one person. They are the same as this very being. So we study and contemplate our own body and mind. With seeing and understanding the nature of our own body and mind comes understanding the bodies and minds of everyone. And so, in this way, the weight of our practice becomes lighter.

The Buddha said to teach and instruct ourselves — nobody else can do it for us. When we study and understand the nature of our own existence, we will understand the nature of all existence. Everyone is really the same. We are all the same “make” and come from the same company — there are only different shades, that’s all! Just like “Bort-hai” and “Tum-jai.” They are both pain-killers and do the same thing, but one type is called “Bort-hai” and the other “Tum-jai.” Really they aren’t different.

You will find that this way of seeing things gets easier and easier as you gradually bring it all together. We call this “feeling our way,” and this is how we begin to practice. We’ll become skilled at doing it. We keep on with it until we arrive at understanding, and when this understanding arises, we will see reality clearly.

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