Posted by: Upāsaka | 12/04/2017

In Memoriam

My beloved uncle passed away on Friday morning. Please dedicate the merit of your practice to him.

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Aniccā vata saṅkhārā,
uppādavayadhammino.
Uppaj-ji-tvā nirujjhanti,
tesaṁ vūpasamo sukho.

Impermanent are compounded things,
by nature arising and passing away.
If they arise and are extinguished,
their eradication brings peacefulness.

Dīgha Nikāya


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