As we move into the new year of 2015, let us make an aspiration to learn more dhamma, to share more dhamma and most importantly to put what we have learned into practice in our daily life.
Our sutta discussions this year will also be more focused on dhamma that we can practice in our daily life. It is about transforming the way we think, speak and behave.
For our first sutta discussion of the year, we will start with a refresher on what the dhamma is, its nature and qualities, and then we will begin our new year sutta discussion with Upali Sutta (MN 56), which I feel is the appropriate sutta to start off the year.
MN 56 Upali Sutta
Let us make a strong resolve to practice harder this year.