Dear friends, join me in this Dharma course on the Water Repentance Puja 水懺, starting June, every Friday for 8 sessions.
We’ll share the practice of repentance found in Buddhism and how that can help us find inner peace in our life.
A few groups of students interviewed me recently to find out how, if any, does buddhism or buddhist values affect singaporean businesses? Below are some thoughts.
Subtly, Buddhist values such as love, compassion and simplicity has brought awareness to people over the last 25 over centuries. It is said that Steve Job’s iconic style . . . → Read More: Of Buddhism and Businesses
This survey is for students of Heart Sutra 2013 @ Singapore Buddhist Federation. Survey will close on Friday 24 May 9am. Do help to inform your fellow students.
Scroll down for latest poll results.
In our life, we have a choice. Are we going to go through 9 hours of work grumpily or cheerfully?
Are we going to study for 3 to 4 years of undergrad studies just to earn a degree that we use only once for our first job, or are we going to actually learn . . . → Read More: You have a Choice
The Buddhist College of Singapore is looking for lecturers to teach “Buddhism and Social Work” and “Buddhist Esoteric Teachings”.
Buddhism and Social Work
(2 Sep 2013 – 17 Jan 2014)
MA / MPhil / PhD in relevant discipline Minimum 2 years’ teaching experience Able to teach in Mandarin
Conduct consultation hours at . . . → Read More: Recruitment: Buddhist College of Singapore Lecturer
I’m not a very understanding person and I lack patience. So this week, I’m going to work on these two areas. May those who manage to rile me, visit me and give me a hand in my training!
A friend recently ask me why I would want photos that do not contain myself in it. That got me thinking. Yes, why?
At its simplest, photos provide a visual snapshot of a time from the past. It allows us to relive those moments and remember the events, the places, the conversations, and most . . . → Read More: Photos ~ A snap of the past
Something to learn from our comrades from Russia.
It’s not just horror and gore coming from the Russian dash cams.
Imagine this. YOUR house is on fire.
You call the fire department and the firefighters arrive, setting up the hoses and readies to put out the fire.
Just then, the detectives who arrives at the scene, stops the firefighters from putting out the fire.
“Let us put out the fire before it spreads“, the firefighters . . . → Read More: Of Firefighters and Detectives
What is Right Effort?
We put in effort to strive for this and that. We are energetic when it comes to going for pursuits in our life. We pursue our education, our career, and our entertainment. We pursue to have a good life with our family. We strive hard. Is this Right Effort? Or . . . → Read More: Dharma Talk: What is Right Effort?
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