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Home > Audio Library > Dhamma Talks and Teachings > Theravada Dhamma Talks

gqga01.mp3
gqga01.mp301 Good Question, Good Answer1362 views(1) Answers to questions that people often ask about the Buddha's teachings, by Australian monk, Venerable S. Dhammika.
gqga02.mp3
gqga02.mp302 Good Question, Good Answer884 views(2) Answers to questions that people often ask about the Buddha's teachings, by Australian monk, Venerable S. Dhammika.
gqga03.mp3
gqga03.mp303Good Question, Good Answer857 views(3) Answers to questions that people often ask about the Buddha's teachings, by Australian monk, Venerable S. Dhammika.
gqga04.mp3
gqga04.mp304 Good Question, Good Answer814 views(4) Answers to questions that people often ask about the Buddha's teachings, by Australian monk, Venerable S. Dhammika.
Jotika_no_home.mp3
Jotika_no_home.mp3I Have No Home 1250 viewsThe talk was based on some verses from an old anonymous Samurai poem, which served as a launching point into some beautiful Dhamma. The verses referred to: I have no parents; I make the Heavens and the Earth my parents. / I have no home; I make mindfulness my home. / I have no life or death; I make the tides of breathing my life and death. / I have no divine power; I make honesty my divine power. / I have no friends; I make my mind my friend. / I have no castle; I make the immovable mind my castle. / I have no sword; I make absence of self my sword.
Jotika_praise_blame.mp3
Jotika_praise_blame.mp3Praise and Blame1505 viewsThe topic of this talk: “Praise and Blame” which is one of the ‘Eight Worldly Winds’, namely: Atta Loka Dhamma - Gain and Loss (laabha and alaabha) to be loved or unloved (yasa and ayasa) Praise and Blame (pasamsaa and nindaa) Happiness and Pain (sukha and dukkha). These Eight Worldly Winds are mentioned in the Mangala Sutta - a sutta that Sayadaw has talked on many times elsewhere.
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