Tag Archives: Chanting

Your Search has Come to An End: Vesak Day at Wat Phra Dhammakaya

  We are in a search, searching for what we may not know, or maybe, have a little idea of what it is. Searching, striving, cultivating, progressing…. Everyone is in a journey. But just why do we have to be born amidst such pain? Why do we have to get sick, get old, die miserably […]

Make 2,500 Years of History

An article by Nora Lawrence A trip to Thailand is no ordinary visit. Thailand is a land of rich history and culture known for its beautiful sandy beaches and majestic architecture. A trip to Thailand can be defined by deliciously spicy cuisine, lush wildlife, and friendly people. But to be able to fully immerse oneself […]

Turning the wheel of dhamma – Dhammajak chanting

An article by Andreas Jansen Buddhism has been a force for good on this planet for an incredible 2,500 years. Millions of people have found peace and prosperity through the ages under Buddhism, which has been sustained by possibly the oldest continuous organization the world has ever known, the Buddhist monkhood, or Sangha. Though the […]