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Sun@BGF Online – Gratitude with Uncle Vijaya

In today’s society, we see a gradual decline in moral values like gratitude. The Buddha placed great importance on gratitude, respect for our teachers and caring for our parents. Uncle Vijaya will be sharing from the Mangala Sutta and several other Suttas where the Buddha taught the importance of gratitude. Using stories, like “Monkey See, Monkey Do”, Uncle Vijaya brings home the point of how to put the feeling of Gratitude into Action.

Title: Gratitude
Date: 14th June 2020 (Sun@BGF)
Time: 9.30am – 11.00am

About Uncle Vijaya

Vijaya Samarawickrama, fondly known as Uncle Vijaya, obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Universiti Malaya, a Master of Arts degree in Drama and Theatre from the University of Hawaii, and a Teaching Certificate from the University of Liverpool.

He is a prominent figure in Buddhist circles, having given more than 100 talks in universities, schools and Dhamma centres each year for the last five decades. Besides being the Patron of the Sasana Abhiwurdhi Wardhana Society, Kuala Lumpur, he is also the Chairman of Nalanda Institute’s Education team. He has represented Malaysia in numerous Buddhist conventions and conferences, both locally and abroad. He has also given numerous inspiring dhamma talks throughout Malaysia, and in Singapore and Australia.

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For More Information

Whatsapp/call Bro. Bobby Ng at +6012 635 5571 or Bro. Lai at +6012 210 2519 for assistance.

Date

14 Jun 2020
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Time

9:30 am - 11:00 am

Location

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Category
Buddhist Gem Fellowship

Organizer

Buddhist Gem Fellowship
Email
info@bgf.org.my
Website
https://bgf.org.my

Speaker

  • Uncle Vijaya
    Uncle Vijaya

    Vijaya Samarawickrama, fondly known as Uncle Vijaya, obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Universiti Malaya, a Master of Arts degree in Drama and Theatre from the University of Hawaii, and a Teaching Certificate from the University of Liverpool.

    He is a prominent figure in Buddhist circles, having given more than 100 talks in universities, schools and Dhamma centres each year for the last five decades. Besides being the Patron of the Sasana Abhiwurdhi Wardhana Society, Kuala Lumpur, he is also the Chairman of Nalanda Institute’s Education team. He has represented Malaysia in numerous Buddhist conventions and conferences, both locally and abroad. He has also given numerous inspiring dhamma talks throughout Malaysia, and in Singapore and Australia.

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