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Buddhist Sunday School Lessons (Venerable Sumangalo)

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Buddhist Sunday School Lessons (Venerable Sumangalo)

Buddhist Sunday School Lessons
Buddhist Sunday School Lessons
Venerable Sumangalo

venerable Sumangalo

Venerable Sumangalo
was a Buddhist monk of Chinese Mahayana Buddhism in Singapore and Malaysia. 
               Born: 1903, Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Died: February 1963, Penang, Malaysia


 

CONTENTS

1 – Preface

2 – Notes to Parents and Teachers

3 – How to Impart Buddhism to Children

4 – Devotional Exercises

5 – The Life Story of Lord Buddha

6 – The One Main Teaching

7 – The Three Refuges

8 – The Five Precepts

9 – The Four Noble Truths

10 – Right Understanding

11 – Right Aims

12 – Right Speech

13 – Right Action

14 – Right Livelihood

15 – Right Effort

16 – Right Mindfulness

17 – Right Meditation

18 – The Law of Karma

19 – Rebirth

20 – The Three Signs

21 – The Seven Jewels

22 – The Three Evils

23 – Our Duties Towards Others

24 – The Meaning of Wesak

25 – Trusting to Luck

26 – The Wheel of the Law

27 – The Teaching of all Buddha

28 – The Greatest Secret in the World

29 – Filial Piety

30 – Sincerity

31 – Perseverance

32 – The Drawings in this Book

33 – Remembering Lord Buddha

34 – A Buddhist Catechism


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