Scholarships, Dharma at Diana Group broadcast

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More than 300 people attended the latest “Dharma on Time” televised lecture sponsored by the Diana Group.

Diana Group Managing Director Sopin Thappajug hosted the Oct. 4 broadcast from the Diana Garden Resort’s conference center. Broadcast quarterly on Banglamung Cable, the program this month featured Abbot Phra Cholyamunee of Wat Uthukepsimaram.

The monk talk, entitled “Make it beautiful, rich for survival,” described the obstacles of living life recklessly, future planning, meditation, mental transparency and industrious merit making to solve problems.

Dechthana Boonprachot, manager for Banglamung Cable, which broadcasts the shows, lit incense and discussed Dharma with the abbot.

Winners of the “Even if life is lost, our minds shouldn’t be” essay contest, Theeramet Jiwatthanphaiboon of the Redemptorist Vocational School, Pornthip Rosphotklang of Banglamung Vocational College, Thitiporn Chumpagnarm of the Redemptorist Vocational School and Thapnita Onta of Pattaya Sathit School receive scholarships and commendations from Phra Cholyamunee. Winners of the “Even if life is lost, our minds shouldn’t be” essay contest, Theeramet Jiwatthanphaiboon of the Redemptorist Vocational School, Pornthip Rosphotklang of Banglamung Vocational College, Thitiporn Chumpagnarm of the Redemptorist Vocational School and Thapnita Onta of Pattaya Sathit School receive scholarships and commendations from Phra Cholyamunee.

Following the lecture, Sopin awarded scholarships for winners of the quarterly essay contest, which this time carried a theme of “Even if life is lost, our minds shouldn’t be.”

Theeramet Jiwatthanphaiboon of the Redemptorist Vocational School won first place, Pornthip Rosphotklang of Banglamung Vocational College took second and Thitiporn Chumpagnarm of the Redemptorist Vocational School third. Honorable mention went to Thapnita Onta of Pattaya Sathit School. All four received scholarships and commendations from Phra Cholyamunee.