Advice from an English monk (Part One)
Ajahn Brahm says good governance begins with keeping employees happy.
'When we talk about good governance, we should refer to the issue of authority," says Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera, or Ajahn Brahm as the English-born monk is better known. "Whether we run an organisation or a department, there will be three types of authority: conferred, assumed and earned.
Politics needs wisdom of Buddhist voices
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Congratulations to Ajahn Brahm - Good? Bad? Who Knows? is now No 3 on the German hardcover non fiction bestseller list
6PR Radio Interview
6PR talk back radio host Peter Bell interviews Buddhist Society Western Australia's Hon. Secretary Drew Bellamy.
This 30 minute interview covers the growth of Buddhism in Australia, the role of monastics, who a typical Buddhist is and the personal benefits of meditation.
Also mentioned is the 2015 9th Global Conference on Buddhism in Perth Western Australia 8-9 August.
Vesak 2015 message from WA Premier Hon. Colin Barnett
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Our Hon. Secretary's interview with Radio Fremantle
On Monday our Hon. Secretary Drew Bellamy was interviewed by Radio Fremantle. It covered all aspects of the role of the Buddhist Society of WA with a special focus on the upcoming 9th Global Conference on Buddhism. We are sure you will inspired by the GREAT work being done by the BSWA over the last three decades to establish the dhamma in Australia.
The link to the video is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKUyxL72Kg8
Wisdom and Wonders: A new book to celebrate Ajahn Brahm's 40th Rains
Wisdom and Wonders is a tribute to Ajahn Brahm on the occasion of his 40th anniversary as a Buddhist monk. It is produced with love and deepest gratitude from Ajahn's international disciples from all the four assemblies of Bhikkhus, Bhikkhunis, laymen and laywomen.
Ajahn Brahm speaks at Google!
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