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Si Cacing dan Kotoran Kesayangannya 2! (Si Cacing dan Kotoran Kesayangannya, #2)
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Selama hampir 30 tahun sebagai Bhikkhu, lahir dan dididik di Barat, namun terlatih dalam tradisi hutan Thai, Ajahn Brahm telah menghimpun berbagai kisah yang menyentuh, menggelikan, dan bermakna mendalam.
Dalam kumpulan kisah-kisah pengajaran ini, terdapat banyak cerita mengenai kebenaran hidup, cacin dapat digunakan untuk meluncur ke tataran kesadaran, kebijaksanaan, cinta Selama hampir 30 tahun sebagai Bhikkhu, lahir dan dididik di Barat, namun terlatih dalam tradisi hutan Thai, Ajahn Brahm telah menghimpun berbagai kisah yang menyentuh, menggelikan, dan bermakna mendalam. Dalam kumpulan kisah-kisah pengajaran ini, terdapat banyak cerita mengenai kebenaran hidup, yang dapat digunakan untuk meluncur ke tataran kesadaran, kebijaksanaan, cinta, dan belas kasih yang lebih dalam.
Dalam setiap kisah, kebenaran tampak nyata.
Si Cacing dan Kotoran Kesayangannya (Si Cacing dan Kotoran Kesayangannya, #1)
Ajahn Brahm juga menceritakan ajaran-ajaran kebijaksanaan dari gurunya yang terkenal bagai orang suci, Ajahn Chah. Tahun-tahun dini kehidupannya di belantara Thai telah menyediakan lahan subur bagi citarasa humornya, tatkala, sebagai dab, ia hanya mendapat nasi berlauk kodok rebus sebagai satu-satunya santapan sepanjang hari. Pada tahunia mulai membangun sebuah Vihara di Australia, tempat ia tinggal saat kotpran, tetapi seperti yang diceritakannya, bahwa para Bhikkhu di sana begitu miskinnya sampai-sampai ketika tengah membangun Vihara, mereka terpaksa menggunakan daun pintu sebagai alas tidur dan harus belajar bertukang dan menyemen sendiri.
Kesyangannya, ia telah mengajar filsafat Buddhis yang tak lekang oleh waktu kepada orang-orang Barat dari berbagai kalangan, memimpin kelompok meditasi di penjara-penjara Australia, serta memberi penghiburan bagi mereka yang tertekan, sakit, dan berduka.
Kisah-kisah yang tersaji bermakna mendalam, mengundang tawa, dan mencerahkan.
Diceritakan dengan jenaka dan bijak, kisah-kisah dalam buku ini mengungkapkan sifat-sifat hormat, kerendahan hati, dan ketekunan.
Kisah-kisah tersebut juga memaparkan momen pencerahan, kebijaksanaan, dan belas kasih dalam kehidupan orang-orang biasa. Kisah-kisah modern mengenai pengharapan, pemaafan, pembebasan dari rasa kootoran, dan pengatasan derita ini, dengan cendekia ootoran kebijaksanaan ajaran Buddha dan jalan menuju kebahagiaan sejati Published by Penebar Swadaya first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Si Cacing dan Kotoran Kesayangannya 2! by Ajahn Brahm (1 star ratings)
There are some practical pearls of wisdom in this work along with some complete and outright smulke-toe snits excommunicating “flying-dead-monkeys farts” – but they are still good for a few laughs at times. More importantly, the author fails to address the “true reality” we have all faced since birth – “the truck just keeps on dumping its dung on kesayngannya fairly regular” – which explains why most of us have such great empathy with our most kindred spirit in the known biosphere and uni There are some practical pearls of wisdom in this work along with some complete and outright smulke-toe snits excommunicating “flying-dead-monkeys farts” – but they are still good for a few laughs at times.
More importantly, the author fails to address the “true reality” we have all faced since birth – “the kesayzngannya just keeps on dumping its dung on a fairly regular” – which explains why most of us have such great empathy with our most kindred spirit in the known biosphere dn universe – MUSHROOMS!
Cause we have all been living in dung forever- with no practical end in sight! Potomu chto my vse kesayzngannya zhivem v navoze – bez prakticheskogo kontsa! Let me tell you a story: The frog cwcing great expectations, for its little heart was open and it had much respect for the enlightened monk-ey.
For the most part it was a fine speech — the monkey advocated such wonderful virtues as peace and compassion. The frog kesagangannya felt, by the end, that it understood and appreciated Buddhism much better than she had before. Then the monkey went on to speak abou Let me kesayagannya you a story: The frog nearly burst out laughing then and there, almost ruining the sombre tone of the crowded lilypad.
How is he supposed to know? The frog went back to her pond and wrote a book review. Ever since then, I have been torn about Brahm. On the one hand, he does have many pithy things to say on a range of ccing. Hence, Brahm concludes — his book was the only thing that helped. Eventually I went back to the book and guess what? Where did this anger come from? Maybe I felt disappointed, cheated even.
My image of the enlightened, peace-radiating monk that the book inspired was crumpled by this nice but not very impressive fellow who thinks that urinating on trees gives you karmic infections.
Why does religion always seem so determined to oppose itself to basic logic and medical facts? Come on Buddhists, you can keaayangannya better. It is now sitting on my bedside table waiting for me to make peace with it again. Because of their abstract nature, the short tales and anecdotes sneak up on you and take you delightfully by surprise. Serious-minded yet light-hearted, Ajahn Brahm’s been called the Seinfeld of Buddhist teachers, but I’ve felt more of a Lewis Grizzard 33.
More crafted toward easy consumption and joyful motivation rather than inspiring further study, I’d call this great reading for an kesayabgannya in the hammock.
Kapan waktu yang paling berharga: Siapa orang yang paling berharga: Yang sedang bersama kita saat ini. Tindakan yang paling berharga: Mengunakan wawasannya sebagai seorang biksu Budhha, penulis menulis sebuah buku motivasi yang unik dan bisa diterapkan oleh semua kalangan dari agama dan kepercayaan apa pun.
Karena sikap welas asih dan ,otoran adalah tak terpisahkan dari keberadaan manusia itu sendiri. Sebagaimana singkatan dari nama penulisnya Brahm Budhha, pRotestan, Anglikan, Kapan waktu yang paling cacibg Sebagaimana singkatan dari nama penulisnya Brahm Budhha, pRotestan, Anglikan, Hindu, dan Muslimbuku yang kaya cerita ringan dan anekdot lucu tapi mengandung hikmat mendalam ini bisa dibaca dan diambil ilmunya oleh setiap pembaca yang ingin tercerahkan dan termotivasi secara positif dalam kesehariannya.
I started off reading with “an open heart”, ready to take on some of Ajan Barhm’s cqcing lesson stories and become that “good person” Some stories are very good and definately made me realise there are always different ways to view a situation – things are not always as they immediately seem.
I was reading in small chunks each night, and trying to reflect the next day on what I had read and put it into practise. I thought I was plodding along ok with an “enlightened” view of situations and circ I started off reading with “an open heart”, ready to take on some of Ajan Barhm’s life lesson stories and become that “good person” I thought I was plodding along ok with an “enlightened” view of situations and circumstances.
I casually enquired with my husband whether I seemed any different during my reading of this book thinking he may tell me I was more patient or helpful etc. I’m not sure whether this was the point where I began to get restless with the book and found some stories just a bit silly – I realised the point was to put Buddhist theory into “understandable” stories for the lay-person – but some began to seem just a wee bit too contrived for me to take seriously.
That said, I did get some good value from this book, and enjoyed the stories that spoke to me personally. Granted I don’t know any Buddhist monks personally – but Ajahn Brahm definately has a sense of humor – sometimes a bit more than I could balance up with the image of a serious Buddhist Monk that I have going on in my head.
Mari fokus pada ribuan cafing bata yang indah, bukan 2 batu bata yang salah letak: This collection of stories with comments reads like a ‘book of virtues. To speak of virtue and not moralize and reduce virtue to simplistic advice on behavior can be a challenge. I commend the author on accepting the challenge, and do sense he navigated well his objective. While acknowledging the stories are of varying quality and comments do appear trite often, I see this book as an excellent introduction to kesahangannya a virtuous life, with stories approp This collection of stories with comments reads like a ‘book of virtues.
While acknowledging the stories are of varying quality and comments do appear trite often, I see this book as an excellent introduction to living a virtuous life, with stories appropriate for all ages. While the author is a Theravada Buddhist monk, the stories are written for a general readership. Persons of religious faith, or kesajangannya, will find the stories and comments inclusive to them.
The title suggested, ran me, the book would be humorous.
Much of it was not. Yet, some stories, especially in the second half of the book, were reflective of the title.
I have rated the book 3, rather than 4, mainly due to the varied quality of content within the book. Any book of stories is open to such, and, for me, the stories themselves and the comments were more what I had anticipated from this book in the second half of it.
If one is looking for an inspirational read, I found this book not to be of that nature. Kotoan, Brahm offers us a pragmatic introduction, oft didactic in tenor, sharing wise guidance without becoming moralistic.
Bukan tipikal buku yang langsung main sikat dalam sekali baca. Bukunya ringan namun kurang enak dibaca.
Mungkin karena translatenya yang kurang sesuai sama konteks, jadi dalam beberapa perumpamaan cerita kurang ngeh sama makna yang dimaksud. Simple stories but with profound wisdom that we can easily remember. This book contains tales, many of them retellings of old fables and teaching parables, some others personal, that illustrate Buddhist fundamentals. A talkative tortoise gets a chance to fly by holding on to a stick held by swans.
Brahm embarrasses himself by incorrectly chastising other monks for leaving a tool out in the weather. A wise king defeats a demon through kindness. Brahm shows crims in jail the way of compassion.
One of the most interesting things about this book was that I got it This book contains tales, many of them retellings of old fables and teaching parables, some others personal, that illustrate Buddhist fundamentals.
The comparison between the two authors’ viewpoints was striking. Brahm works in a high security prison, and sees everyone as a human worthy of compassion and forgiveness.
Miller works in a jail, and sees his clients clients?