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Fruit of a dying life

Because if your life account is sparse in merits, no good place will be available for you to be born. In a simpler explanation, it is like ending up with nothing left to live after spending all your money in a bank account.

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Perfection Personified

Not only did Lord Buddha achieve perfection, his conduct of life throughout the 45 years after enlightenment mirrored the perfection he had achieved in life. Since he had permanently abandoned greed, anger and delusion there was not a moment his mind was overcome by defilements.

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Day Dreaming Versus Dhamma Reflection

What is day dreaming? Day dreaming is the act of being absorbed in a fantasy especially one of happy, pleasant thoughts, hopes or ambitions, imagined as coming to pass, and experienced while awake.

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What is Arya Uposatha?

If one is able to achieve prefect virtues, then that give rise to elation. And that elation will expel the defilements from one’s mind.

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Benefits of METTA

In Metta meditation, we fill our heart and mind with loving-kindness and friendliness towards ourselves first and then spread it towards others around.

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