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Buddhism and Science

The renowned Sri Lankan scholar monk late Venerable Piyadassi Mahathera talks about Buddhism and Science.  This is the 3rd of a series of talks broadcast on ‘Focus on Buddhism” program on Sydney’s 2SER-FM radio in January 1982 and the talk is part of a dhamma talk given at the University of Technology Sydney.

Duration: 12'00"

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Cure - Noble Eight Fold Path

 The renowned Sri Lankan scholar monk late Venerable Piyadassi Mahathera talks about the Cure to treat suffering - The Noble Eight Fold Path.  This is the 4th of a series of talks broadcast on ‘Focus on Buddhism” program on Sydney’s 2SER-FM radio in January 1982 and the talk is part of a dhamma talk given at the University of Technology Sydney.

 Duration: 12'00"

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Dalai Lama On Building Peace

In this 'Focus on Buddhism' program on Australia's Radio 2SER-FM, the Dalai Lama talks about building peace in the minds of people. This is an edited version of a talk given by him in Sydney in August 1982. Program produced by Kalinga Seneviratne.

Duration: 14' 45"


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Is Buddhism A Religion?

The renowned Sri Lankan scholar monk late Venerable Piyadassi Mahathera talks about why the Buddha is a revolutionist and that Buddhism is not a religion in the “Latin” sense but a way of life that has a strong moral code. This is the first part of a series of talks broadcast on ‘Focus on Buddhism” program on Sydney’s 2SER-FM radio in January 1982 and the talk is part of a dhamma talk given at the University of Technology Sydney.

Duration: 11'40"

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Practice of Virtues

This talk is based on a sutra Budha gave at Jetavanarama on the topic of practicing seven virtues of the Dhamma. The talk is given by Ven Methe Dhammika Thera from Sri Lanka. This programme was originally broadcast on Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation  on 9.2.2013.
 

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Is Buddha A Pessimist?

The renowned Sri Lankan scholar monk late Venerable Piyadassi Mahathera talks about  whether the Buddha's teachings are pessimistic. This is the 2nd of a series of talks broadcast on ‘Focus on Buddhism” program on Sydney’s 2SER-FM radio in January 1982 and the talk is part of a dhamma talk given at the University of Technology Sydney.

 Duration: 11’30”

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How To Avoid Suffering

How can you escape from this “dangerous” sankaric  life? How do you avoid suffering or unsatisfactoriness? These questions are discussed in this dhamma talk by Venerable Palpithamukalane Pannasiri Thera from Sri Lanka. This programme was originally broadcast on Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation  on 13.2.2013.

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