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PostPosted: Thu 7 Feb - 17:25 (2013)    Post subject: Bhante Rewatha Reply with quote

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Born in 1985 in Padalangala, Sri Lanka, Venerable Padalangala Rewatha Thero was ordained at age 11 under the guidance of Most Venarable Kumburugamuve Knanarathana Thero and received higher ordination 10 years later. Having completed his basic monks Training and primary education in Sri Bodhiraja Bhikkhu Training Centre in Sri Lanka, after he selected to University of Kelaniya Sri Lanka for his higher education, at that University he completed his first degree, and now he continue his Master degree for Buddhist Philosophy at International Buddhist College in Thailand.

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Birthday27 July 1985

GenderMale

Interested inMen and women

LanguagesEnglish, Sinhala, Pali and Sanskrit

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  • Buddhist
    The Dhamma is not a doctrine of revelation, but the teaching
    of Enlightenment based on the clear comprehension of actuality.
    It is the teaching of the Fourfold Truth dealing with the
    fundamental facts of life and with liberation attainable
    through man’s own effort towards purification and insight.
    The Dhamma offers a lofty, but realistic, system of ethics, a
    penetrative analysis of life, a profound philosophy, practical
    methods of mind training—in brief, an all-comprehensive
    and perfect guidance on the Path to Deliverance. By answering
    the claims of both heart and reason, and by pointing out
    the liberating Middle Path that leads beyond all futile and
    destructive extremes in thought and conduct, the Dhamma
    has, and will always have, a timeless and universal appeal
    wherever there are hearts and minds mature enough to
    appreciate its message.





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    The Buddha in one of the most famous passages in the pāli
    canon declared :
    Go forth, O Bhikkhus, on your wondering, for the good and
    happiness of the many folk (bahujanahitāya,
    bahujanasukhāya) in compassion for the world, for the
    Good, the welfare and the happiness of Gods and men. Let
    not twp of you go the same way. O Bhikkhus, proclaim the
    Dhamma which is beneficient at the beginning, beneficient
    in the middle and beneficient in the end.





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    29 June 2012 to 20 October 2012





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    Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand






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PostPosted: Thu 7 Feb - 17:25 (2013)    Post subject: Bhante Rewatha Reply with quote

Bhante Rewatha shared What-Buddha-Said.net's photo.
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Friendship IS the Greatest :-)
May all creatures, all breathing beings, one and all, without exception experience good fortune only. May they not fall into any harm. Anguttara Nikaya II, 72

http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/II/Good_Friendship.htm
http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/IV/Bon_Benevolence.htm
http://What-Buddha-Said.net/drops/V/Holy_Harmlessness.htm






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PostPosted: Thu 7 Feb - 17:27 (2013)    Post subject: Bhante Rewatha Reply with quote

When we die, we will be born somewhere, whether we like it or not. And, the birth is not according to our choice. It is according to our ‘Karma’(Good & Bad we did). Then, as we know, when there is a birth, there is aging and death. In this way, that is the arising of whole mass of sufferings..
(So, aim of Buddhism is to stop the birth)






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PostPosted: Thu 7 Feb - 17:28 (2013)    Post subject: Bhante Rewatha Reply with quote

Imagine a pool of turbid, stirred up and muddied water. Then, a man with a vision might stand upon the bank. He could not see the oysters, the shells, the pebbles and gravel on the bottom or the fish moving about. And why? Because of the turbid state of the water.

In the same way, it is impossible for one with a turbid mind to understand either his own benefit or the benefit of others, or to realize higher states. And why? Because of the turbid state of the mind. Now, imagine a pool of clear, tranquil and unstirred water. A man with vision might stand on the bank. He could see the oysters, the shells, the pebbles and gravel on the bottom, and the fish that move about. And why? Because of the untroubled state of the water.

In the same way, it is possible for one with a tranquil mind to understand his own benefit and the benefit of others, and to realize higher states. And why? Because of the untroubled state of his mind.

~ The Buddha ~
(Anguttara Nikaya I.9)







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