A_Martin wrote:I didn't read her biography, so I don't know what I should tell or can. But One Day in November she asked us to open the windows of the meditation hall - it was quite chilly - and she mentioned the reason for doing so. The evening before devas came to her and asked her if it was ok with her to listen to her talks on Dhamma. With the windows closed they felt they were intruding. So she gave them permission to listen to her talks by opening the windows.
greensleaves wrote:as though there wasn't much more to this person than Buddha Dhamma. A pity. I think she was a bit obsessed with Buddhism. I don't know the origins or reasons for that.
David N. Snyder wrote:greensleaves wrote:as though there wasn't much more to this person than Buddha Dhamma. A pity. I think she was a bit obsessed with Buddhism. I don't know the origins or reasons for that.
And the problem with that is . . . ?
A_Martin wrote:PeterB wrote:Thank you for that Bhante...Who is your teacher if I might ask ?
My present teacher is (was for he died on 30 jan 2011) Than Acharn Maha Bua.
Welcome. And thanks for your input. I have found your website of great value, and anything you would care to share about Ven khema here would be most welcome. She was an inspiring teacher.lbrasington wrote:Hi Delilah,
I was a long time student of your grandmother. She's without a doubt one of the most amazing people I ever met. I would be very happy to share memories of her with you. Visit my web site at http://leighb.com - you'll find my email address there. Then send me an email and I'll get back to you.
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