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BANGKOK 24 January 2019 11:24
Jonathan Fairfield

‘Extremely Drunk’ Monks Living In Bus Station Busted For Harassment

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The Buddha followed the Middle Path between the extremes and urged his followers to do likewise...……..seems the boys strayed from that path.

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The couple of defrocked monks looks to have received some heavyweight divine intervention 🤔

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More thai ''Robe Rage''.....with only 12 days till Christmas...santa knows who's been naughty

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3 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

He added that the division will step up the efforts to crack down on monks engaging in “inappropriate behavior” across the country to prevent further damage to the reputation of Buddhism.

 

 

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, heard it all before.

Same sh^t, different day.

Buddha forgive you all 😇🙏🙏🙏😇

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12 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

He added that the division will step up the efforts to crack down on monks engaging in “inappropriate behavior” across the country to prevent further damage to the reputation of Buddhism.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, heard it all before.

Same sh^t, different day.

Does he really want to create a host of another kind of inactive posts?

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13 hours ago, PatOngo said:

The Buddha followed the Middle Path between the extremes and urged his followers to do likewise...……..seems the boys strayed from that path.

They lived a peak in the average.

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13 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

BuThai Buddhism has only the most tenuous link to true Buddhism. It probably stretches no further than orange robes and temple buildings. Those temples are little more than a business enterprise (you have to pay for any services the monks offer) often worth many millions of baht, which is strange when you consider that monks are not supposed to handle money.

In the Buddha's day, there wasn't any temples per se, although some of his more affluent followers built several places for the monks to stay over the monsoon periods.  And except for those rainy times, all the monks traveled from place to place carrying what they owned on their backs.  I doubt they ever had a nickel in their pocket.  

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