Wat Phra Dhammakaya’s aim has always been to propagate Buddhism and Vijja Dhammakaya, which is the source of humanity’s peace and happiness
This book is a collection of powerful words of wisdom from Luang Por Dhammajayo (The Most Venerable Dhammajayo Bhikkhu) spoken during his sermons. It aims to reveal the secrets of developing and maintaining a strong and stable mind. Whenever you feel discouraged, weary and hopeless from the crushing waves of life, the advice and encouragement […]
In translating this book, we strived to maintain the fundamental meaning and feel of the original version (The Warm Hearted Family.) but also adapt it so that non-Thai’s find the teachings more applicable to their own culture. No matter what religion a person is, the teachings in this book are meant to help people help themselves. In no way should they be viewed as dogmatic or doctrinaire. Thailand itself has a deep connection with Theravada Buddhism, heavily interlinked in culture and tradition.
Buddhists often tend to disregard economics completely, because the monastic way of life idealized by Buddhism is economically very minimalist . Such neglect of comment concerning economic values is not warranted, however, because the Buddhist scriptures are in fact rich with advice from the Buddha regarding sound economic values and they are applicable to monastic and lay lifestyles alike.