Buddhism for You Powerpoint files were created by Lim Chin Kah
How can you lead a meaningful life? Buddhism for You CAN YOU ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS? Where can you find true happiness? What is your ultimate goal in life? Is this life your only life?
Buddhism for You Buddhism can help you find answers to these questions. And many more!!
Over the next 15 lessons, we shall share the Buddha’s Dhamma with you…… Buddhism for You
Buddhism for You The Triple Gem Pt 2 ( Discuss the Dhamma & Sangha, Anicca Anatta Dukkha) 5 The Timeless Truths Pt 1 (Discuss Four Noble Truths & Buddhist approach to Dukkha) 6 The Triple Gem Pt 1 (Discuss refuge in the Buddha & His Life Story) 4 What Buddhism Is (Discuss the Charter of Free Inquiry, Buddhism & Science, Come & See, Self Reliance) 3 What Buddhism is Not (Discuss the misconceptions of Buddhism, Rites & Rituals) 2 Mystery of Living (Discuss the nature of life and where to find true happiness) 1 Topic Lesson
Buddhism for You Buddhist Living (4 Brahma Viharas, 8 Worldly Conditions, Family, Daily Practice & Social Engagement) 12 The Unlosable Treasure Store Pt 2 (Discuss Morality, Five Precepts, Eight Precepts & Meditation Methods) 11 The Unlosable Treasure-Store (Discuss Dana, Generosity & Ten Virtuous Deeds) 10 More Lives Than One (Discuss Rebirth & Cases of Rebirth, Origin of World) 9 Sow Good Seeds & Reap The Harvest (Discuss Law of Karma, Merits & 10 Meritorious Actions.) 8 The Timeless Truths Pt 2 (Discuss Noble Eight Fold Path, Sila Samadhi Panna) 7 Topic Week
This course syllabus follows the “Buddhism for You” correspondence course offered by Brickfields Maha Vihara, Kuala Lumpur. These Powerpoint files are best viewed using the Powerpoint/XP (or higher version). You can still view them using lower versions of MS Powerpoint but may lose some of the animation effects. Subang Jaya Buddhist Association May, 2003 It is hence advisable that you obtain a set of the course notes from Brickfields Maha Vihara as a reference when you view these lessons. We hope that you will benefit from these lessons. May you be well and happy always. With metta, Dear Dhamma farers,