Monthly Archives: November 2016

WEEKLY WISDOM 28/11/2016

Even royal chariots well-embellished get run down, and so does the body succumb to old age. But the Dhamma of the good doesn’t succumb to old age: the good let the civilized know.

– Dhammapada [11]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 21/11/2016

The value of Dhamma isn’t to be found in books. Those are just the external appearances of Dhamma, they’re not the realization of Dhamma as a personal experience. If you realize the Dhamma you realize your own mind, you see the truth there. When the truth becomes apparent it cuts off the stream of delusion.

– Ajahn Chah, “Living Dhamma”

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WEEKLY WISDOM 14/11/2016

Turn away from mischief. Again and again, turn away, Before sorrow befalls you. Set your heart on doing good. Do it over and over again, And you will be filled with joy.

– Dhammapada [117-118]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 07/11/2016

Just as a monkey roaming through the forest grabs hold of one branch, lets that go and grabs another, then lets go and grabs still another, so too that which is called “mind” and “mentality” and “consciousness” arises as one thing and ceases as another by day and by night.

– Lord Buddha, “The Connected Discourses of the Buddha”

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