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Buddha Vacana (August 23, 2555)

When there is discontent, this woe may be looked for.  Whether one goes, stands, sits or lies, one has no happiness or pleasure.  Whether one has gone to the forest, to the foot of a tree, to a lonely place, to an open space or among the monks, one finds no happiness or pleasure.  
But when there is contentment, this good may be looked for.  Whether one goes, stands, sits or lies, whether one has gone to the forest, to the foot of a tree, to a lonely place, to an open space or amongst the monks, one finds happiness and pleasure.

-- A.V,121

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This can be proven by ourself. Thank you so much for always giving food for our thoughts.

Thanks for sharing your experience. It is amazing that we are still discovering what has been known and analysed at least 2600 years ago. But 2,600 years is only a short time in the (many millions years) course of humanity.

I am glad you read the Teaching in English. Can we count on you to retell the Teaching among ASEAN people and people of the world?