By TY Lee

I began this ‘Just be strong ‘ venture with the assumption of getting a
few Buddhist promotionaI fabrics with a shiny, optimistic and
modern kind. I later tied this in with an internet site supplying more
information on Buddhism for these to determine more.
Little did I count on how well known the fabrics might become,
and the impression of the web site on such a lot of humans all over
the world.
My objective is to provide the fundamental suggestions of Buddhism in a concise
and down-to-earth demeanour, utilizing an process that many
seem to discover transparent and obtainable. The ‘Just Be strong’ project
culminates during this book, in keeping with the writings within the website.
For these studying this ebook with out but vacationing the website,
I might urge you to additionally battle through the location. this is often because
it bargains another wealth of data when it comes to loose e-books,
talks on MP3 and hyperlinks to different web content which offer deeper
perspectives on many key issues and areas.
I want to thank with private gratitude Ajahn Brahm for
giving me the braveness and aid to begin this ‘Just be Good’
project, Ven. Dhammika for his sufferer suggestions and advice
throughout the venture, Ven. Aggacitta and Ven. Kumaara for
their many worthy feedback and Sister Han Ah Yew and
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Mr. Leong Kum Seng for his or her assist in vetting the textual content. I would
also wish to exhibit my so much honest appreciation to Bro. Piya
Tan for writing the part on meditation for this publication and
Geelyn Lim for all her labor on its layout and layout.
Special thank you additionally visit all my lecturers and associates in the
Dhamma in Singapore for his or her encouragement from the very
beginning. an immense “thank you” and all my love additionally visit my
parents and my spouse, Susan. And my maximum appreciation is
extended to the folks around the globe who've given me
the motivation and the energy to proceed and advance this
project. All blunders, mistakes and omissions are mine alone.
May all Beings be good and satisfied, and unfastened from actual and
mental ache. could all Beings embark at the course of the
Buddha and observe Nibbana. may possibly all of the advantages of this project
be devoted to the happiness and emancipation of all Beings,
and to assist safeguard and unfold the lessons of the Buddha.

T Y Lee

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For the third time, to the Buddha I go for Refuge; For the third time, to the Dhamma I go for Refuge; For the third time, to the Sangha I go for Refuge. Taking the Five Precepts would be simply reciting and mentally resolving to try your best to keep these basic rules of morality: 1. I undertake the Precept to abstain from killing any living beings. 2. I undertake the Precept to abstain from taking what is not given. 3. I undertake the Precept to abstain from sexual misconduct. 4. I undertake the Precept to abstain from lying and false speech.

Sati can be practiced not only during meditation, but as much as you can throughout the day or night. Just be aware whenever you can remember to do so, of your bodily postures and movements whether you are standing, walking, sitting or even lying down. Even to merely be aware, at any one point in time, that you are breathing is a large step forward. Be aware of your physical sensations (through the five senses), your thoughts, feelings and emotions. Observe all these phenomena, and note in a non-judgmental manner, whether they are positive, negative or even neutral.

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