Dhamma Sharing

Here are the compilation of informal Dhamma sharing articles

Paying respects to Buddha at Kong Meng San at Birshan

Paying respects to Buddha at Kong Meng San at Birshan

Back to Dhamma Sharing Khun Mae usually recommend for Singaporeans to visit Kong Meng San located at Birshan area. From the vegetarian restaurant inside Kong Meng San, take the lift to the 4th floor ...
Why I do good but only get bad results…while those who do bad prosper?

Why I do good but only get bad results…while those who do bad prosper?

Back to Dhamma Sharing This interesting question was raised by someone who got to know Khun Mae. As this is also the doubt that arise in many people’s mind, I thought about sharing Khun ...
Self Practice during Wesak Day

Self Practice during Wesak Day

Back to Dhamma Sharing Khun Mae mentioned that for those who are not able to make it on Wesak day, they can perform self practice at home. This year, being almost 2600 years of the Buddha sasana- ...
Transferance of Merits to Others

Transferance of Merits to Others

Back to Dhamma Sharing Those who know Khun Mae would know that we are often encouraged to do good and to transfer merits (回向功德) to our parents, guardian beings, kammic debtors and others who ...
Benefits of Ordination

Benefits of Ordination

Back to Dhamma Sharing Short and informal advice by Khun Mae on benefits of ordination (Transcribed based on an informal talk in Mandarin given by Khun Mae in Singapore on Tuesday 5 July 2011 to ...
Dhamma Sharing by Novices

Dhamma Sharing by Novices

You are at PhotoGallery> Wesak 2011 (Please click to enlarge photo) There is suffering in our everyday life. As we grow old, we have suffering. Because we tend to have attachment to money, we also ...
The story of a lady with cancer and got well despite the odds

The story of a lady with cancer and got well despite the odds

Back to Dhamma Sharing It was 27 February 2009 and we were due to fly to Bangkok from Singapore the next day. Khun Mae was at the home of a Thai devotee who had been staying in Singapore for many ...
Before we judge others, look at our own hearts

Before we judge others, look at our own hearts

Back to Dhamma Sharing Khun Mae said that if we can practice patience successfully and endure at one place, then we have endurance anywhere we go. If we cannot stay at one place because of conflict, ...