Dhamma Sharing

Here are the compilation of informal Dhamma sharing articles

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, ...
Merits are real, even though they cannot be seen

Merits are real, even though they cannot be seen

Back to Dhamma Sharing Khun Mae said that we need to have faith and belief that all good things we do would bear fruits. For instance, if we made a donation to built a kuti, we cannot see the merits ...
Why let anger bother you

Why let anger bother you

Back to Dhamma Sharing According to Khun Mae, emotions like anger have no mother or father. They arise, the pass away. ‘No mother or father’ means there’s no cause. Therefore, what’s the ...
Can we help to extend life of others by offering to shorten our life?

Can we help to extend life of others by offering to shorten our life?

Someone raised a question to Khun Mae- asking if we can offer to shorten our lives in return to extend someone’s else life. It seemed that there was recorded case in history indicating that it was ...
How to develop faith in the Buddha and not be afraid of tudong (ascetic practice)

How to develop faith in the Buddha and not be afraid of tudong (ascetic practice)

Back to Dhamma Sharing This is part 2 of 2 impromptu stories being told by Khun Mae on 31 July 2008 right after evening chanting. Once, Khun Mae was staying in a monastery located near a forest. She ...
Being patient to those who are mean to you

Being patient to those who are mean to you

Back to Dhamma Sharing This is part 1 of 2 impromptu stories being told by Khun Mae on 31 July 2008 right after evening chanting. Long time ago before Khun Mae started Samnak, Khun Mae was staying in ...
Testimonial on the experience of Short Term Ordination

Testimonial on the experience of Short Term Ordination

Click to view more photos and experience. The following testimonial and photos were contributed by Xiao Yan, a mother and a participant of the Temporary Ordination held in Samnak (December 2010). ...