Posts by amc

New Year Message 2021

Posted on Dec 30, 2020

Wishing you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR! 2021 – the Year of the Ox in the Chinese zodiac – is like any other year… good for some and not so good for others. Despite all the uncertainties caused by the Covid 19 virus pandemic, many of you are still able to smile. Those who have joined our Metta Circles and followed through the 3-month Dhamma Course and the Online Retreat in the past year will naturally be more prepared to accept things as they come. Those who have not joined our online Dhamma Course should try to join us from March to May this year, when we launch a new series of online...

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Let’s Pray with Love

Posted on Dec 6, 2020

Let’s Pray with Love: Video Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 Lyrics Kindling the light of wisdomPraying for allLet’s pause a momentTo sing a song of joy Every minuteEvery second24 hour metta ( x2 ) We pray for each and allWith love This precious human birthHow fortunate we areWith the Buddha as our guideBringing love near and far Every minuteEvery second24 hour metta ( x2 ) We pray for each and all to be well We pray for each and all to be loved We pray for peace and lovefor this world ( x2...

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New Year Message 2020

Posted on Dec 31, 2019

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year!   Our life as a human being is very precious. Compared to all other beings in the different realms of existence, we have the unique opportunity to develop our minds and gain total liberation. The human lifespan enables us to enjoy the worldly pleasures of life and also to experience the various manifestations of sufferings, which can act as a stimulus for us to seek true peace and happiness by reducing and overcoming the tendencies of greed, hatred and delusion – the root cause of all our sufferings.   At New Year we always pray for...

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Vesak Message 2019

Posted on May 17, 2019

  The real significance of Vesak lies in the universal peace message of the Buddha. What the Buddha realised on the night of his enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree in Bodhgaya more than 2,500 years ago, he taught in simple language to the first five ascetic disciples in terms of the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path. The Four Noble Truths explain DUKKHA, the sufferings and unsatisfactoriness of life; SAMUDAYA, the cause of suffering; NIRODHA, the cessation of suffering; and MAGGA, the path which leads to peace and the end of all suffering. The path which leads to peace and...

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