Sokhun Tho will share the value and duties of parents for their children in the Buddhist tradition.
He will share what the Sigalovada Sutta gives as the five traditional duties that parents have to their children.
Mother & Father, being compassionate to their family, are called Brahma, the first teachers, who have gifts worthy for their children to have a healthy childhood and grow up to be good loving adults.
So children are to pay them homage, honor them and do good things for their parents, give back to them the love they so freely gave.
Mother's and Father's Days here in the US are a day to honor our parents, give back to them and do good things for them.
You will also experience a Cambodian Buddhist chanting meditation.
About Tho Sokhun:
Tho Sokhun is a Cambodian Buddhist spiritual teacher and school administrator whose home temple is in Siem Reap (city of Angkhor Wat).
He entered a monastery at the age of 12, became a novice monk at 13, and he was ordained at the age of 21 as a Bikkhu monk of the Theravàda lineage.
In 2015 Sokhun founded the school, Cambodia Children's Destiny, which serves 500 students for learning computer skills and Englishin his home village, Phum O near Siem Reap. Sokhun is in the US to give Dharma talks as the guest of Amazing Grace Spiritual Center in Ballard and the Vatt Khmer Temple in Lowell, Massachusetts.
This is an online event. After you register the zoom link will be sent to you via the email you registered with. A replay of this event will be available to all registrants and sent out the week after the event.
The event is free, and Amazing Grace Spiritual Center is asking donations to go to Sokhun's school: Cambodian Children's Destiny School in the village of Phum O, near Siem Reap.
Their goal is to raise $30,000 - and every dollar donated up to $10,000 will be matched by two generous donors.
Your donation does twice the good for Cambodia students and their teachers! We are all so blessed by the work done and continues to be done. 🙏