งานผ้าป่าจบไปแล้วสามวัน แต่ความทรงจำอันอบอุ่นยังคงใสชัด ขอความสุขของพวกเราได้แผ่ไปให้แก่ทุกชีวิตที่ต้องการความสุข ขอบุญกุศลที่เราได้ทำน้อมนำให้ทุกชีวิตได้เข้าถึงหนทางแห่งธรรม…
Thai and Tibetan style altar – Thanks to Ven. Dr. Anil, Pandara could hold this great event at His Holiness the Supreme Patriarch’s secretariat building. Around 100 people gathered in a small reception hall which is decorated Tibetan style.
August 12 is the day we honor mother’s day. We also honor Tara, mother of all Buddhas and sentient beings that day.
Ven. Dr. Anil Sakya, secretary of His Holiness the Supreme Patriarch. “Luang phi” (venerable brother) has known me for more than 20 years. Luang phi used to give me advice on secular life. After many years of separation, Luang Phi is now supporting me on my dharma path. He gives an amazing speech on why the stupa is important. He also explains the symbolic connection among Mother Tara, the Queen Mother and each person’s own mother.
Ven Dr. Anil and Wat Bovorn monks give us blessings.
First meeting with the Ven. Great Master, who shows us that with faith and determination everything will be possible.
Ven. Great Master Kunag Seng leads Ven. Dr. lee, Ven. Silanantha and the bhikkuni sangha to the hall.
Jab, my son’s classmate from Thanaporn (St. Mary Anne school) performs a Thai classical dance to celebrate the phapa event and Thailand’s Mother’s Day.
Giving a talk, chanting and raising funds for phapa on the spot
Briefing on the stupa project. The journey of love and good will to bring peace to the world has begun.
Pandara offers the ven. Great Master Tibetan and dharma gifts.
Ven. Dr. Anil receives a gift from Dr. Tsedor Nyarongsha of Lhasa.
My nephew Poon enjoys his Phapa day. Decoration is beautiful under Yontan’s hands.