In Memory Of Wong Koon Eng

23rd October 1918 - 23rd October 2008

 
 
www.buddhistspace.com/Wong-Koon-Eng
 
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May you Attained Nibbana
Laid By: Chetra Laid On: 2009-11-28

I missed you always
 
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Laid By: Linda Ling Laid On: 2008-12-10
If you suffer it is not because things are impermanent. It is because you believe things are permanent. When a flower dies, you don't suffer much, because you understand flowers are impermanent. But you cannot accept the impermanence of your beloved ones, and you suffer deeply when they pass away. If you look deeply into impermanance, you will do your best to make them happy right now. Aware of impermanence is good news. Without impermanence, nothing would be possible. With impermanence, every door is open for change.

-Ven Thich Nhat Hanh: Cultivating The Mind Of Love-
 


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