Posted by: Upāsaka | 03/10/2016

Dhamma Kids

There’s little else that gives me so much joy as sharing the Dhamma with my kids. My five year old is too young to get very fast beyond akusala and kusala kamma but that’s more than enough to start with. My son, however, has always been interested in the deeper workings of the Dhamma and has always enjoyed learning about the jatakas and the background stories for the Dhammapada verses. It really is a joy to see him piecing together his understanding of the world and I am heartened that he had the Dhamma as a guide to do so.

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