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Kamma And Meat Eating - by Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
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1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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4 The importance of Present Life Kamma

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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5 We reap what we sow

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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6 Different result for the same actions

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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7 Human life = Deciding ground

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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8 Human birth is very rare

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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10 How to transfer merit

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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11 Four fields of merit

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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12 How to repay our parents kindness

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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13 Allowable type of meat

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


Description:
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


Description:
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


Description:
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


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21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


Description:
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening

1 Intro of Ven Dhammavuddho Thero
2 The importance of understanding Kamma-Vipaka
3 The real meaning of Kamma-Vipaka
4 The importance of Present Life Kamma
5 We reap what we sow
6 Different result for the same actions
7 Human life = Deciding ground
8 Human birth is very rare
9 Do our relatives really get the merit transferred
10 How to transfer merit
11 Four fields of merit
12 How to repay our parents kindness
13 Allowable type of meat
14 Did the Buddha & his disciples eat meat
15 Majjhima Nikaya Sutta 55 Jivaka Sutta
16 Sutta Nipata Amagandha Sutta
17 Vinaya reference 10 Prohibited Meat
18 Theri Uppalavanna offered Buddha meat
19 Why did the Buddha allow his disciples to eat meat
20 (Q&A 1) Monks Precepts for lay people
21 (Q&A 2) Are monks allowed to possess money
22 (Q&A 3) How to prevent heavy Kamma from ripening
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence


Description:
23 (Q&A 4) How is life in different planes of existence

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