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  • Re: What is dukkha was What I heard, 102.

    Hi Robert, ... The above statement of yours reminds me of this from the Book of the Ones (AN 1) Monks, just as even a trifling bit of dung has an ill smell, so

    egberdina 41 minutes ago
  • Re: Visuddhimagga 27.

    Hi Nina N: That does not matter. We have to discern rupas of the body which are ... Ph: So "internal ruupas" are those conditioned by kamma, citta, temperature

    philofillet 12 hours ago
  • Re: hi, coming back to Dhamma.

    Hi Nina, Ken all N: We should not despise conventional truth. When the Buddha visited monks he would always first inquire whether they could easily get the

    philofillet 12 hours ago
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A Theravada Buddhist discussion forum for anyone interested in understanding the Buddha's teachings as found in all three baskets of the Tipitaka, the original record of the Buddha's word in the Theravada tradition, and as further elucidated in the ancient commentaries of that tradition.

The discussions include matters of both theory and practice, with the aim of developing precise understanding of dhammas (the 'realities' of the present moment).

The group started in Bangkok in the early 1970's under the guidance of the Thai Theravadin teacher Khun Sujin Boriharnwanaket.

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"Some lotuses might be born in the water and grow in the water, but would rise up from the water and stand without being soiled by the water"
(SN 6:560)

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  • Dec 28, 1999
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