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Advayavada Study Plan - week 5

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 584 more words

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Advayavada Study Plan - week 4

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 546 more words

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Applying Dhamma To Daily Life

By Baey Yi Wei

This Saturday, we had the privilege of listening to Yi wei, an ex-youth head in BFY. Due to the high number of newcomers in the new year, talks tend to be based around easy-to-digest topics such as the eightfold path and its impact on our daily lives. 184 more words

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Advayavada Study Plan - week 52

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 623 more words

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Advayavada Study Plan - week 51

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 534 more words

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Advayavada Study Plan - week 50

Dear friends,

The purpose of Advayavada Buddhism is to become a true part of the whole.

Our quest is fully personalized: it is firmly based on what we increasingly know about ourselves and our world, and trusting our own intentions, feelings and conscience. 505 more words

Advayavada Study Plan

Are We Keeping the Five Precepts?

By Ajahn Dtun
28 Nov 2014 @ Wat Palelai

The opening question was: are we keeping the 5 precepts?
To be a morally upright person we should reflect on damage of breaking the precepts. 1,784 more words

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