James the Giant wrote:And you have a good website already set up, and a facebook page.
May I come visit and help out late next year? I'll bring a tent. I'll write you a letter closer to the time.
How are the sangha housed at present? The photos look like there are more bhikkhus than will fit in that house.
gavesako wrote:Is this supposed to be a new official branch of Ajahn Chah in Australia? Who would take on the burden of responsibility to look after it and send monks there?
gavesako wrote:Well, good luck, but don't forget that:
The end of the world is here
Luang Por Sumedho
http://www.fsnewsletter.amaravati.org/h ... _world.htm
Thanavuddho wrote:I'm now at another monastery called Santi. I requested to stay for awhile. Recently, Santi has become a nuns monastery. This is a new type of situation for me.
Thanavuddho wrote:Because I left without permission, I meaby have to return my monks certificate to Thailand. I don't know if I will ever get it back.
James the Giant wrote:Thanavuddho wrote:Because I left without permission, I meaby have to return my monks certificate to Thailand. I don't know if I will ever get it back.
Venerable, that's the government's permission you had to get, right? Interesting control, I guess there's some deep history behind that one.
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