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Posted by: Cheav Villa
« on: October 22, 2019, 05:27:07 PM »

Vandami Bhante _/\_ _/\_ _/\_

Similary Kana had heard the story of the Great King Sihamoni.

I Kana may take this possibility to share all the merits had done toward the Buddha the Dhamma and the Sangha, Wise Wishing to the last Dhamma King, the Great King of the Khmer. May Ayu Vannak Sukha Balam, Longlive Honor Happiness and Power till highest wisdom.

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May the Devas inform those having been not touched by the merits of the Great King and Upasaka Norodom Sihamoni, to get touched by the possible last "real" ancestors of "Wheel turning Kings", Kings who are follower of the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha.

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* Johann : rearrangement of attachment
Posted by: Johann
« on: October 22, 2019, 01:19:08 PM »

If Nyom has the given possibility to share Dhammic merits, dhammic related stories, stories of "heroes" in Dhamma (sila, samadhi, panna) or/and pictures of her society's father, the Great King of the Khmer, she may feel pleased to do so.

It's not improper at all to tell stories about an outstanding Upasaka's live in a monastery, at least the world knows less of what it takes to be the possible last "Dhamma-King" in this world period.

It's sadly a modern wrong way to fear to honor "Brahma"s when they are still alive. "The are living Brahmas", is actually an aspect of right view. Why waiting till the last are gone before showing honor, why waiting till parents die, till recognize their goodness? One should not follow foolish modern ways.

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā-sambuddhassa

"Bhikkhus, those families are with Brahma, where the mother and father are worshipped by their children. Those families are with the first teachers, where the mother and father are worshipped by their children. Those families are with a former god, where the mother and father are worshipped by their children. Those families are worthy of reverence where the mother and father are worshipped by their children.

"Bhikkhus, Brahma is a synonym for mother and father. The first teachers, is a synonym for mother and father. A former god is a synonym for mother and father. Worthy of reverence is also a synonym for mother and father. What is the reason? Bhikkhus, mother and father have done a lot for their children, feeding them and showing them the world when they were helpless."

"Mother and father are said to be Brahma and an earlier god,
Children should revere them, for the compassion of the populace
The wise should revere and care for them, giving eatables, drinks
Clothes, beds, massaging, bathing and washing their feet
The wise enjoy attending on their mother and father
And later enjoy heavenly bliss."
Posted by: Cheav Villa
« on: October 22, 2019, 01:09:54 PM »

Sadhu Sadhu Sadhu  _/\_ _/\_ _/\_
Posted by: Johann
« on: October 22, 2019, 12:04:39 PM »

While it would be total improper for a follower of the Noble Ones, not to speak about Noble Ones themselves, to lead talks on Kings, politics or worldly heroes, the circumstances here give ways, since this seldom respectable person is known to be not involved in the eight worldly Dhammas, is known foremost as devoted Lay Disciple of the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha.

Many in the world therefore might not even know that there is still a very real Dhamma-King, althought the possible last one in this world period, resisting in this world.

The Great King is possible the most poor King in the world, in regard of outwardly wealth, including praise, honor and pleasures, not even taking a wife, leading a modest life, looking after his old mother, the Queen, it's hardly to overseen by those with eyes, that being here touched of the most Sublime of his kind, under householders.

The talk is on the Great King of the Khmer Norodom Sihamoni, who accepted the throne only under the "compromise" (as it is told by many) that he would not step back from refuge and observation of the Eight Precepts.

Not much more could my person tell about an outstanding lay follower, having looked around yesterday evening whether there would be some left in this world.

May this "reality", this sample of leading a righteous life, even as lay person, if circumstance allow it, be an inspiration for many, for the whole world, that a life of non-conflict, non-harming, of goodness and sublimity in regard of what is really praisworthy is possible.

May the Devas inform those having been not touched by the merits of Upasaka Great King Norodom Sihamoni, to get touched by the possible last "real" ancestors of "Wheel turning Kings", Kings who are follower of the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha.

May he be not only a Sublime samples for his direct children and grand children, his folk the Khmer, but also for other great kings and leaders and therefore the wise wishing for such with joy in Dhamma: Ayu, Vanna, Sukham Balam till panna. Long live, Beauty (honor), Heal (happiness) and strength (power) till highest wisdom (=release).

Mudita