29 May 2006

Ajahn Brahm's Talk @ KMSPKS 31 & 31 May 2006

Hey all, there will be a dhamma talk around this end of the month. Info are given below. Anyone interested can call/sms to helen! Not to mention to stay tune of this blog for the upcoming activities that SPBS will offer!

Info given below are courtesy of Brahm Education Centre Ltd.

Dear Dhamma Brother & Sisters,

You, your family and friends are invited to Buddhist Fellowship's AJAHN


We can cope with the Ups in life wonderfully but when things start to
go wrong... we tend to find it all too difficult to accept, may that be
when our relationships are going wrong, our career or status in society
is threatened, our body succumbing to illnesses or losing someone to
death. Ajahn Brahm will offer insights to life and how to best cope
with these ups and downs.

Date: Tuesday, 30 May 2006 at 7:45pm


What is the Enlightenment that Prince Siddharttha attained to become
the Buddha? There are many versions of what "Nibbana" is but which is
the right one? Come and find out..

Date: Wednesday, 31 May 2006 at 7:45pm

Venue: Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monaster Memorial Hall Level 4,
88 Bright Hill Road

Admission: FREE (ALL are welcome)


Born in London, Ajahn Brahm completed his degree in Theoretical Physics
at Cambridge University. After teaching for a year, he travelled to
Thailand and ordained as a monk at the age of twenty-three.

Thereafter, Ajahn Brahm began his training in the Thai forest
tradition under Ajahn Chah. He is presently the Abbot of
Bodhinyana Monastery and the Spiritual Director of the Buddhist
Society of Western Australia.

Ajahn Brahm has gathered many stories through his encounters with
the lay people and his experience in building a monastery from scratch.
These heartwarming stories reveal the qualities of humility and diligence
and expose moments of insight, wisdom and compassion in the lives of
ordinary people.

His book "Opening the Door of Your Heart" which has captured the
hearts of many, encapsulates modern tales of hope and love,
forgiveness, freedom from fear and overcoming pain, and shows how
the timeless wisdom of the Buddha's teachings remain so relevant
in our ever-changing world.

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