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Thoughts on Ajahn Brahm’s visit to ULU

April 25, 2007 7:20 pm

It was Monday when I attended the talk by Ajahn Brahm at ULU, have a few exams this week but finally got some time today to upload some of the photos taken on the day. The talk was really good, it was targeted at student especially on how we should handle exams. Not getting stress is the key, and the way to do that is to let go. He told many interesting stories and life examples which were very meaningful. I won’t mentioned them here as I’m not very good at telling them, but I will included the three questions that he asked us:

  1. When is the most important time?
  2. Who is the most important person?
  3. What is the most important thing?

It would be nice to spend some time yourself finding your own answers. I will put up his answers here in a few days time, but if you want to find out now you can visit this link. Thanks to ULUBUDA for organising and inviting Ajahn Brahm’s visit to ULU, here are some of the photos taken on the night, click on them to view them all:

Ajahn Brahm's visit to ULUBUDA Ajahn Brahm's visit to ULU Ajahn Brahm's visit to London

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