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Things to do at Wat Phra Dhammakaya
  Wat Phra Dhammakaya is best known for its immense size and modern design. The sheer size of the temple makes it impossible to fully explore Wat Phra Dhammakaya in a single day, read 1,163 times (28 ธ.ค. 2559)
  
Dedicating Merit to the Late King // Nov. 27, 2016 - Seattle Meditation Center
  Seattle Meditation Center (S.M.C.) arranged the ceremonies of chanting Abhidhamma and planting favorable trees which were Kingko Biloba to dedicate merit to the late king Bhumibol on Sunday November 27, 2016. read 804 times (06 ธ.ค. 2559)
  
Prince Williams County Visit // Nov. 19, 2016 - Meditation Center of D.C
  On Saturday November 19, 2016, Meditation Center of D.C. (M.D.C.) welcomed 15 teachers from different schools in Prince Williams County read 1,027 times (01 ธ.ค. 2559)
  
Weekend Meditation for Locals // Nov. 18-20, 2016 - Japanese Meditation Village
  Wat Phra Dhammakaya Gunma, Japan, arranged the Weekend Meditation for Locals during November 18 – 20, 2016 (3 days and 2 nights). read 991 times (01 ธ.ค. 2559)
  
Old Woking Cub Scout Visit // Nov. 22, 2016 - Wat Phra Dhammakaya London, UK
  The scouts and teachers from Old Woking Cub Scout led by Mr. Peter Lewis visited Wat Phra Dhammakaya London and studied the basic of Buddhism. read 901 times (30 พ.ย. 2559)
  
Brownie Group Visit // Nov. 23, 2016 - Wat Phra Dhammakaya London, UK
  Members of Brownie Group and teachers led by Mrs. Sarah Lewis, the Brownie Group Leader, visited Wat Phra Dhammakaya London to study the basics of Buddhism. read 830 times (30 พ.ย. 2559)
  
Ceremony to Enshrine the Buddha Image
  Ceremony to Enshrine the Buddha Image // October 29, 2016— Dhammakaya Meditation Centre New Castle, UK read 794 times (11 พ.ย. 2559)
  
121st Japanese-language Buddhism and Meditation course
  121st Japanese-language Buddhism and Meditation course // October 29, 2016— Grand Central Point Terminal 21 read 973 times (11 พ.ย. 2559)
  
Meditation for Locals // September 29, 2016 - Dhamamakaya Meditation Center, Mongolia
  Dhammakaya Meditation Center, Mongolia organised the 8th meditation session for the month of September on September 29, 2016. read 835 times (27 ต.ค. 2559)
  
Turning the wheel of dhamma – Dhammajak chanting
  Buddhism has been a force for good on this planet for an incredible 2,500 years. read 1,107 times (26 ต.ค. 2559)
  
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Commentorial Metaphors: Indulgence in sensual pleasures:
  A pig content to wallow in dung: Indulging in sensual pleasures is rather like a pig, which spends all its life wallowing in the warm mud and dung of its pigsty because it thinks that this is the ultimate happiness. read 15,120 times (13 ก.ค. 2554)
Actions of a Fool:
  Our parents, our first role-model: Both children and young adults will observe the actions of adults around them and naturally copy what they are shown read 14,320 times (02 มิ.ย. 2554)
The Noble Truth of Suffering : 9. Bemonaing [upayassa dukkha]
  The Buddha characterized this form of suffering as the sort of grief that comes from loss of a loved relative, loss of honour or influence read 14,709 times (08 ส.ค. 2554)
The Noble Truth of the Path to the Cessation of Suffering # 5
  Attaining the body in the body brings inestimable benefit to our lives vecause it is the means by which we can overcome the defilements read 14,156 times (17 ก.ย. 2554)
Letter from the novice representative who is studying Pali Grammar
  Letter from the novice representative who is studying Pali Grammar - Novice Sitthichai Dechkhamphoo. read 15,061 times (24 ก.ย. 2555)
Freedom from Subtle Defilements
  “Lotuses Have leaves that a drop of water cannot cling to Likewise, those who can attain Nirvana will have the minds That Subtle Defilement cannot stay in them read 13,972 times (09 ธ.ค. 2554)
Reluctance to Work for a Living
  Some people are reluctant to work because they are lazy. Their laziness may be an ingrained habit or they may have some problems. read 14,990 times (22 ก.พ. 2554)
The Four Noble Truths#1
  Each country in the world has a constitution as the blueprint for the rest of the laws of the country to expand upon. Similarly, every religion has the teaching which is the blueprint of all the rest of them read 14,481 times (26 พ.ย. 2554)
Social Disaster : 4. The Relationship between Friends
  If a person does not cherish his or her friends according to the duties described in the Six Directions, the harm that will come to them can be concluded on three levels read 14,550 times (17 มิ.ย. 2554)
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Law of Kamma
Being Disrespectful to the Monastic Community and Not Looking After Their Parents
  Being Disrespectful to the Monastic Community and Not Looking After Their Parents read 14,157 times (19 ก.ย. 2555)
  
Pollen Allergy vs Lipstick Allergy
  An audience who has the pollen allergy symptom and many health problems wrote a letter to ask Khunkru Maiyai about them. What bad retributions caused her to be like this? How can she do to solve these problems? read 14,082 times (07 ต.ค. 2555)
  
Long Life
  Questions from the audience who has the healthy and long live father. Moreover, so did his grandpa and grandma. read 14,061 times (05 ก.ย. 2555)
  
Bad Body Odor
  Questions from an audience who has bad body odor. What bad retribution causes her to have bad body odor? And how can she do to solve this problem? read 14,027 times (04 ก.ย. 2555)
  
If my father had passed away, we would have been better than this
  Questions from an audience who was sad from her father's deeds so that she often wanted her father die. How can she do to solve this bad retribution? read 14,242 times (01 ก.ย. 2555)
  
This Love Must Be Told
  What caused one to have a husband who is from a different country and different religion? And, what would cause one to be ill all the time and have a difficult life? DMC has the answers. read 14,889 times (28 พ.ย. 2550)
  
Beloved Teacher
  A life story of chinsese woman who was lucky than any others. She got a chance to study in University; even though, her mom refused to send her daughters for high education per Chinese’s belief. And, what are the retributions of angriness each other since past life? How are the situations between having physical body meditate in the hall that the great root teacher controlling merits and listening radio broadcast in the office alone provide merits and progress of meditation differently?..DMC has the answers. read 14,757 times (04 ก.ย. 2550)
  
The Little Candlelight
  She was born in a family that the parents always have a quarrel because of alcohol.Her mother said she had a dream before gave birth to her and was confident that she would be a doctor once she grown up. And the dream had came true, she became a doctor. She treats the patients by using her knowledge, giving an advice to her coma patients to be in a better conscious and think of only merit before dying. She is a successful doctor but she does not seem to be much successful in love. read 14,794 times (17 มิ.ย. 2550)
  
Once In a Man's Life
  A story of one great fighter of Dhamma army. From mistaken life, associated with bad people, and drinking alcohol, he made his mother couldn’t sleep because of worrying about him. When he drank and didn’t come back home, mom cried. There were lots of moments that his life closed to death. Once he coordinated in Buddhism, I finally made up his mind to stay in monk’s suit for good. During he is a monk; he got the cancer in the stomach. But now it’s completely gone. Which retribution makes him got cancer and how could it disappear? Will it return? DMC has the answers. read 13,776 times (17 มิ.ย. 2550)
  
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Buddhist Teaching
Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (6-4)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty:- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,585 times (29 ธ.ค. 2554)
  
Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (6-3)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty:- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,538 times (27 ธ.ค. 2554)
  
Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (6-2)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty :- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,434 times (24 ธ.ค. 2554)
  
Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (6-1)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty:- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,254 times (30 พ.ย. 2554)
  
The 38 Ways to Happiness :- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (5)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty :- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,011 times (11 ต.ค. 2554)
  
The 38 Ways to Happiness :- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (4)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty :- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,087 times (21 ก.ย. 2554)
  
The 38 Ways to Happiness:- Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants (3)
  The 38 Ways to Happiness. The Sixth Group of Blessings. Blessing Twenty: Restraint from Drinking Intoxicants. read 14,079 times (14 ก.ย. 2554)
  
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Questions and Answers for Life
My co-worker refuse with the reason that religions teach people to be contented and equable, and that doesn’t go well with the business life. How do I solve this misunderstanding?
  When I ask my business associates to come to temples, they always refuse with the reason that religions teach people to be contented and equable, and that doesn’t go well with the business life. Would you please give us explanation in order to solve this misunderstanding? read 13,164 times (09 พ.ย. 2549)
I’d like to know the purpose of donations in Buddhism and how many kinds of donations are there?
  I’d like to know the purpose of donations in Buddhism and how many kinds of donations are there? read 13,228 times (11 พ.ย. 2549)
Why our temple does not have walking meditation? and why there is someone leading us through the instructions with his voice while we are supposed to be seated quietly during the sitting meditation?
  I invited my friend to the temple for meditation. He wondered why our temple does not have walking meditation. On top of that, he would like to know why there is someone leading us through the instructions with his voice while we are supposed to be seated quietly during the sitting meditation? read 12,913 times (11 พ.ย. 2549)
Is there a way to console or recommendation we can offer to encourage who wishes to commit suicide to choose life?
  It’s the case of knowing someone who’s undergoing untold suffering and distress and wishes to commit suicide. Is there a way to console or recommendation we can offer to encourage him to choose life? read 12,858 times (09 พ.ย. 2549)
Should donate my money to make merit through charity or toward the support of the monastic community since there are so many underprivileged groups?
  Today’s society seems to be filled with so many underprivileged groups. I wonder if I should donate my money to make merit through charity or toward the support of the monastic community. read 12,972 times (09 พ.ย. 2549)
How does an old tradition of Thai society that urges children to prostrate themselves at their parents’ feet before going to bed help develop children’s virtue?
  I’d like to ask you about an old tradition of Thai society that urges children to prostrate themselves at their parents’ feet before going to bed. How does this tradition help develop children’s virtue? If the people of the present time would like to reintroduce that tradition, where can they begin? read 13,179 times (11 พ.ย. 2549)
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