cooran wrote:Dear Phra Chuntawongso,
(Does the name have an english translation?)
Thanks for the interesting photos - how will the kuti and the meditation hall be when it rains?
Bhikkhu Pesala wrote:I presume that the name is Pali — Ven. Candavamso.
Suffering is asking from life what it can never give you.
mindfulness, bliss and beyond (page 8) wrote:Do not linger on the past. Do not keep carrying around coffins full of dead moments
Sylvester wrote:Hi Bhante
Might the "vamso" in your name be "in the lineage of"? Similar meaning to "family".
Ytrog wrote:Greetings Bhante,
May I ask why it was nessesary to re-ordain?
I hope that you aren't going to be too wet during rains, otherwise you could catch a cold or worse. Pending the kutis aren't there any decent tents there? It seems to be very out-in-the-open.
Phra Chuntawongso wrote:My kuti at the temple is a permanent(not a great word to use on a buddhist site)structure,not bamboo like the one at the center.
Euclid wrote:Phra Chuntawongso wrote:My kuti at the temple is a permanent(not a great word to use on a buddhist site)structure,not bamboo like the one at the center.
Thanks for sharing Bhante, I love the photos! Please don't hesitate to upload more!
How does re-ordaining affect monk seniority? Are you for all intents and purposes considered a 'new' monk?
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