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The Exaggeration of Attachment

Mar 12, 2021
The Exaggeration of Attachment

This sharing about attachment came about when I was trying to explain the psychology behind the boredom and frustration we feel when we are under lockdown at home.

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Coming into Kechara: A Journey to Find My Spiritual Self

Mar 4, 2017
Coming into Kechara: A Journey to Find My Spiritual Self

A Wasteland of Materialism In the years before Kechara, my World was a Wasteland of Materialism and Spiritual Materialism. “All the years before Dharma have been good and successful only in a mundane sense. Nevertheless, they are empty and meaningless.” ~ Tsem Rinpoche Worldly success can take you to a peak, where, for a...

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3rd Pastor Ordination at Kechara Forest Retreat!

Nov 7, 2013
3rd Pastor Ordination at Kechara Forest Retreat!

Last Saturday, 19/10/2013, marked as a very auspicious day for Kechara. It was Kechara's 3rd Pastor Ordination Ceremony, and 6 Kecharians were officiated as Pastors! The 6 Kecharians who took on Pastorship vows were: Ong Moh Mei, Martin Chow, Khong Jean Ai, Jay Jae Chong, Shin Tan, Adeline Woon...

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Kechara’s first registration of marriage!

Nov 28, 2012
Kechara’s first registration of marriage!

It was a beautiful day on 17 November 2012 where Kechara House held its inaugural Registration of Marriage (ROM). For many years now, I have envisioned Kechara House to provide all sorts of services for the public, especially since now we have a group of dedicated Pastors.

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2 Pastors & 58 Taking Refuge

Oct 27, 2012
2 Pastors & 58 Taking Refuge

Yesterday was my 47th birthday. As with last year, it was a full day of celebration that came in conjunction with the Pastor Ordination Ceremony. The ceremony was an event that the press was interested about... just a week ago, 12 press publications came to ask a few questions about it...

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Hecelus Tan does his first Manjushri Retreat!

Dec 19, 2011
Hecelus Tan does his first Manjushri Retreat!

Hope Rinpoche is well and that everything is going very smoothly in Singapore. This is just to update Rinpoche that our teenaged Kechara member, Hecelus Tan, has finished his personal Manjushri retreat in Jamyang House...

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My 46th Year

Nov 3, 2011
My 46th Year

On the 24th of October, in conjuction with my 46th Birthday, Kechara House celebrated the first ever Buddhist Pastor Ordination Ceremony! It was a full day...

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