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More readings in 'Just Be Good' :
A Life of Blessings
Island of Light


About Us

'Just Be Good' website created and maintained by :

T Y Lee
Diploma in Buddhism - Sri Lanka
Bachelor of Law (Hons.) - U.K.
Master of Business Administration - U.S.A.


Many thanks to :

Ven. Shravasti Dhammika
Buddha Dhamma Mandala Society, Singapore

Ajahn Brahm
Bodhinyana Monastery, Australia

Ven. Dr. P. Gnanarama  Mahathera
Ti-Sarana Buddhist Association, Singapore

Ven. Dr. I. Indasara Thero
Buddhist and Pali University, Sri Lanka

Ven. Pannyavaro Mahathera
Bodhi Tree Forest Monastery, Australia

Ven. Aggacitta Bikkhu
Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary, Malaysia

Bro. Piya Tan
The Minding Centre, Singapore

Mr. Leong Kum Seng, Mdm. Han Ah Yew
Mangala Vihara Buddhist Temple, Singapore

Ms. Sylvia Bay, Ms. Jasmine Tan
Buddhist and Pali College, Singapore


The Gift of the Dhamma is the 
greatest Gift of all

The significance of sharing the Dhamma

When you share the Dhamma, others will also share the Dhamma with you in your future lives. This is the principle of kamma.

Because the Dhamma can only be shared in the human and heavenly realms, you must be reborn in either of these realms for others to share the Dhamma with you.

Thus, by sharing the Dhamma, you not only give the greatest gift of all, you also help to ensure favourable rebirths for yourself.

More importantly, sharing the Dhamma leads to peace and happiness and eventually to Nibbana, for both the giver and the receiver.

These are the reasons why the gift of the Dhamma is the greatest gift of all.

A daily aspiration

May I always do my best to help protect and spread the teachings of the Buddha for the benefit of all beings;

And may I always continue to learn and practice the true Dhamma until I attain Nibbana.

T Y Lee