Homework for Heartsutra Workshop @ PMT

Dear friends,

Of the three homework to do, one of them is to searh for “The All” 一切法 in the Pali canon.

Method #1:

The homework to look for the sutta “The All” should be easier if you goto the site www.accesstoinsight.org and click on the link “indexed by sutta“.  Then look for a sutta called “Sabba Sutta” or “The All”.

Method #2:

Use google and search for

“The All” site:accesstoinsight.org

The keyword ‘site:accesstoinsight.org’ tells google to search for “The All” while narrowing your search results to those found in accesstoinsight.org.

Searching google returns more results that are useful and includes not just the “The All” sutta.

Hint: It is found in Samyutta Nikaya 35 (abbrev. SN 35).

PS: Samyutta Nikaya is one of the nikayas under the sutta-pitaka, and is commonly translated as The Connected Discourses.  In the Chinese tripitaka canon, it is under the agamas section 阿含部, under 雜阿含經.
Have fun searching for the sutta!

With metta, ^_^

Buddhist Library Family Day 2009

Buddhist Library Family Day 2009
(The Buddhist Library’s Food and Funfair 2009)
BL “家庭日“义卖会二00九
Date: 22 November 2009 (Sunday)
Venue: Infront of Aljunied MRT
Time: 9am to 5pm
Tickets are now on sale at the Buddhist library
Library opening hours:
Tue to Sat: 12pm – 9pm
Sun: 10am – 9pm
Closed on Monday
Organised by the Buddhist Library, 2 Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398526
Tel 6746 8435, Fax: 6741 7689, Email: buddhlib@singnet.com.sg, Website: http://www.buddhlib.org.sg
The Library has not authorised anyone to sell tickets nor to perform fund raising outside its premise

Buddhist Library Family Day 2009
BL “家庭日“义卖会二OO九

(The Buddhist Library’s Food and Funfair 2009)

Date 22 November 2009 (Sunday)

Venue Infront of Aljunied MRT

Time 9am to 5pm

Tickets are now on sale at the Buddhist library

Library Opening hours

Tue to Sat: 12pm – 9pm
Sun: 10am – 9pm
Closed on Monday


周二至周六 下午十二点~晚上九点
周日 下午十点~晚上九点
周一 不开放

Organised by the
Buddhist Library, 2 Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398526

Email buddhlib@singnet.com.sg  |  Website http://www.buddhlib.org.sg
Tel 6746 8435  |  Fax 6741 7689

The Buddhist Library has not authorised anyone to sell tickets
nor to perform fund raising outside its premise

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Heart Sutra Workshop @ Singapore Buddhist Federation




What is the Heart Sutra?

The Heart Sutra is one of the most common sutra recited in temples and monasteries worldwide.  While being the shortest at 260 Chinese characters, it expounds deep and profound teachings of Emptiness as taught by the Buddha.


What is Emptiness and how does it help us in our daily life today?  Come join us for the Heart Sutra workshop and learn more!

Workshop Programme (conducted in English)

  • Puja
  • Recitation of Heart Sutra
  • Teachings
  • Discussion
  • Meditation
  • Dedication of Merits

Date & Time:

4th December 2009 to 22nd January 2010 (8 sessions)
Every Friday, 7:30pm to 9:30pm


SBF Level 6 Lecture Hall.


By registration ONLY.
Closing Date:  20th November 2009.


Standard Rate – $50 per person
DCSS Members/NSF/Full-Time Students-$25 per person

All proceeds will go to Singapore Buddhist Federation .

Cheque Payment should be made payable to “Singapore Buddhist Federation” and mailed with the application form to Singapore Buddhist Federation.

Cash Payment should be submitted with the application form in person at Singapore Buddhist Federation.

Contact & Mailing Info:

Shu Zhen @ 67444635

Singapore Buddhist Federation
59 Lorong 24A Geylang, Singapore 398583

Office hours

Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday 9 am – 1 pm



DHL is pleased to invite you to a special screening of Home on Saturday, 21 November 2009, 9.00 am at Lido 3, Shaw Centre. Together with our partner, the Singapore Environmental Council (SEC), we hope to spread the word about this remarkable movie, as well as its important environmental message, to a wider audience.

With its stunning visuals and eye-opening narration by Glenn Close, Home, a film by famed photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, delivers the environmental message about the need to conserve our perishing planet, and restore its natural beauty with unmistakable clarity.

DHL is the world’s leading logistics company with 500,000 employees in almost every major community on planet earth. As such the company recognizes its special responsibility to the communities it operates in and to the minimization of its impact on the environment.

Your participation is important in raising awareness and inspiring individual efforts towards environmental conservations. Please contact the Singapore Environmental Council at 6337 6062 or joe@sec.org.sg to confirm your attendance or for more information.



The movie HOME directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and co-produced by Elzévir Films and EuropaCorp (Luc Besson’s company) and supported by PPR

Yann Arthus-Bertrand became famous through the “Earth from above,” a photographic portrait of aerial shots of our planet. Three million copies of his book have been sold and his free, open-air exhibitions have been seen by more than one hundred million people.

HOME carries on this tradition. This feature will be made up of aerial images which have been filmed in more than fifty countries around the world. A voice-off will offer constructive hindsight into the major environmental and social challenges facing our world.

The worldwide release of the movie will be organized by EuropaCorp on June 5th, 2009 – World Environment Day – in cinemas, on television, on DVD and on the Internet around the world. The aim of this simultaneous worldwide broadcasting is to enable as many people as possible to watch the movie together.

The objective of HOME is not to make a profit. Its only benefit will be to contribute towards increasing awareness of our responsibility towards the planet. Profits will be donated to Goodplanet.org.

Greenhouse gas emissions which are caused by air-travel and hours of photography by helicopter will be offset by supporting clean development projects (biogas production project in the Hassan district in India, cf. appendix)
Log on to www.actioncarbone.org

Participate and act, “Watch this movie !”