Lessons From  Dharma The Cat
Reflection Heedlessness leads to a downfall.
Reflection Patience and Tolerance are high virtues to develop and practice.
Reflection The EGO, the SELF and CONCEIT chain us.
Reflection  Compassion and Mindfulness must be practiced hand in hand.
Reflection Non-attachment leads to Peace and Freedom.
Reflection Fear dissipates with understanding and realization of Dhamma.
Reflection  Criticizing and judging others weakens our own mind.
Reflection Do we really let go? Too often we strive to get and achieve.
Reflection Beware of subtle addiction and habit-formation.
Reflection Aversion, ill-will, enmity and feelings of ‘getting even’ easily conquer us.
The  End The  End May The Dhamma Be Our Light With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin Acknowledgements :  Cartoon Strips from ‘Dharma...
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Lessons from DHARMA THE CAT

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A Power Point Presentaion based on selected Cartoon Strips from Dharma The Cat. Dhamma points for reflection. Download for animated features. Done by Bro. Oh Teik Bin, Lower Perak Buddhist Association, Teluk Intan, Malaysia.

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Lessons from DHARMA THE CAT

  1. 1. Lessons From Dharma The Cat
  2. 2. Reflection Heedlessness leads to a downfall.
  3. 3. Reflection Patience and Tolerance are high virtues to develop and practice.
  4. 4. Reflection The EGO, the SELF and CONCEIT chain us.
  5. 5. Reflection Compassion and Mindfulness must be practiced hand in hand.
  6. 6. Reflection Non-attachment leads to Peace and Freedom.
  7. 7. Reflection Fear dissipates with understanding and realization of Dhamma.
  8. 8. Reflection Criticizing and judging others weakens our own mind.
  9. 9. Reflection Do we really let go? Too often we strive to get and achieve.
  10. 10. Reflection Beware of subtle addiction and habit-formation.
  11. 11. Reflection Aversion, ill-will, enmity and feelings of ‘getting even’ easily conquer us.
  12. 12. The End The End May The Dhamma Be Our Light With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin Acknowledgements : Cartoon Strips from ‘Dharma the Cat’ .

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