Buddha-dhamma For University Students – Buddhadāsa Bhikkhu

Buddha-Dhamma for University Students

Buddhadāsa Bhikkhu

Editor’s Foreword

BUDDHA-DHAMMA FOR STUDENTS given by Ajahn Buddhadāsa in January 1966 to students at is the result of two talks Thammasat University, Bangkok. Then and in the years since, many young Thais have been returning to Buddhism in search of answers and possibilities not provided by their modern (Western-style) education. In the face of rapid social change, at times bordering on chaos, they seek a non-violent approach to the issues and injustices of the times. Their interest is praised and yet recognized as needing guidance. Applying a confused or incorrect version of Buddhism to social confusion and conflict will not do any good. Thus Ajahn Buddhadāsa always has tried to set both young and old straight as to what Buddhism really teaches. He does so by going back to the original principles pointed out by the Lord Buddha, explaining these simply and directly, and showing that their relevance is timeless. Truth is relevant and applicable in ancient India, contemporary Siam, and even the overly developed West.

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