"There are these ten topics of [proper] conversation. Which ten? Talk on modesty, on contentment, on seclusion, on non-entanglement, on arousing persistence, on virtue, on concentration, on discernment, on release, and on the knowledge & vision of release. These are the ten topics of conversation. If you were to engage repeatedly in these ten topics of conversation, you would outshine even the sun & moon, so mighty, so powerful -- to say nothing of the wanderers of other sects." -- AN X.69
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No bliss is greater than the Perfect Peace
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Dear Children,

Would you feel tired if you traveled 100 miles in a BMW car or would you feel tired if you had to walk on the road in the hot sun, perspiring, dusty, with your body aching? Which would you prefer?

Do you cry if somebody takes your toy? Are you unhappy if somebody takes your favourite pen, book or stopped you from doing what you like? Are you afraid when your Mom and Dad leave you alone at home? Do you get angry when your sis knocks off your favourite television program?

All this is because you don't follow the advice of the Buddha. The Buddha is the most kind, most loving, most generous, most understanding and the most knowing Teacher and Friend the world has ever had. He was a Teacher and a Friend not only to all of us but also to the gods, to the animals and all living beings.

He taught us the way to be happy, to be kind, to be caring and sharing and the way to make others happy. He taught us the way not to be frightened, the way not to cry and the way not to be jealous and angry, because when we are frightened, angry or jealous we are unhappy. But when you are kind, caring and sharing, helping others, you are happy and everyone around you is happy. You always have friends where ever you go, whether you are at home or in another country.

So all that the Buddha has taught us is called the "Dhamma." Being in Dhamma is like going about in a BMW. When you go about in a BMW, you don't feel tired at all, you are happy, comfortable and confident. Likewise, when you are in Dhamma , you do not feel tired at all, because your mind is happy, forgiving, kind, generous, helping everybody, all human beings, animals, etc. When you are in Dhamma, you will always have friends where ever you go.

This also, good children, you have to respond your duties and do it with your best to overcome all challenging works. You have to study hard, discipline yourselves, respect parents, teachers and elders....

You have a great deal to come and joine studying Khmer laguage. When you could understand, speak and write Khmer laguage which is your ancestor's heritage, you will have a good fortune for your lives and it symbolizes to a good person.

Try Your Best Everybody,


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