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Webmaster - Yi-Lei Wu

 

Special Thanks to the Following Buddhism-Related Websites

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http://www.nibbana.com

TBSA (Theravada Buddhist Society of America)
http://www.tbsa.org

BSWA (Buddhist Society of Western Australia)
http://www.bswa.org

BuddhaNet
http://www.buddhanet.net

Access to Insight
http://www.accesstoinsight.org

Association for Insight Meditation
http://www.aimwell.org

Special Thanks to the Following Organizations

Association for Insight Meditation

BSWA (Buddhist Society of Western Australia)

TBSA (Theravada Buddhist Society of America)

Buddha Sasana Nuggaha Organization

Mahasi Sasana Nuggaha Organization


Special Thanks to the Following People

Ven. Bhikkhu Pesala (Director of Association for Insight Meditation)
For helping me from time to time and giving his books selflessly for the Internet Community.

U Maung Maung Yi (Admin. Officer of Mahasi Meditation Center - Yongon, Burma)
For giving me permission to host Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw's books and audio talks.

Maung M Lwin (Webmaster of Nibbana.com)
For letting me use the contents of his website.

Hla Min (Webmaster of TBSA.org)
For letting me use the resources (particularly Ven. Sayadaw U Silananda's talks) from the organization.

Sol Hanna (President & Webmaster of BSWA.org)
For letting me use the audio files from the organization.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 May 2009 17:55 )  

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" The wise one dispels negligence by means of mindfulness; he ascends the tower of wisdom and being free from sorrow looks at the sorrowing beings. Just as one on the mountain top looks at those on the plain below, so also the wise one (the arahat) looks at the foolish and the ignorant (worldlings). "

The Dhammapada


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