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Recollections of Ajahn Chah, Session 7Ajahn Pasanno – Sep. 19, 2010

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1. “You talked about having lost a gread deal of institutional knowledge in the Forest Tradition through not having monasteries. Do you think Ajahn Chah wanted to have the knowledge from Ajahn Mun passed down? Is that why he had lots of monasteries?” [Thai Forest Tradition] [Tudong] [Ajahn Mun] [Thai Ajahn Chah monasteries] [Ajahn Chah] [Learning] // [Culture/Thailand] [Commerce/economics] [Environment] [History/Thai Buddhism] [Politics and society]

Quote: “Nowadays there aren't any tudong monks left. There's only taludong (through the forest) monks.” — Ajahn Chah [Environment]


Tudong Stories at Spirit Rock, Session 1Ajahn Pasanno – Jun. 2, 2011

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9. Quote: “Instead of going tudong, monks go taludong (through the forest).” — Ajahn Chah [Ajahn Chah] [Culture/Thailand] [Tudong] // [Environment] [Commerce/economics]


On Pilgrimage and Tudong, Session 4Ajahn Pasanno – Apr. 25, 2015

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7. Recollection: Ajahn Chah laments that the forests in Thailand are being destroyed so quickly that there's not much place for monks to wander any more. [Ajahn Chah] [History/Thai Buddhism] [Environment] [Culture/Natural environment] [Tudong] // [Culture/Thailand] [Ajahn Dtun]

Quote: “Nowadays it's hard to tudong because you taludong (go through the forest).” — Ajahn Chah [Environment] [Thai]