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  "หลับแล้วมันเป็นอย่างไร  รู้สึกว่าตัวหลับ แล้วในจิตนี่มันรู้สึกตัวอยู่หรือเปล่า"
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        "นั่นแหละ จิตมันเข้าสมาธิตามธรรมชาติ  แต่สมาธิมันยังอ่อน สติสัมปชัญญะยังอ่อน มันจึงไม่สว่าง หรือไม่แจ่มใส  เพราะ ฉะนั้นต้องทำไปเรื่อยๆ"

 
 
 
  คนทั้งหลายนี่เข้าใจว่า สมาธิคือการน้อมจิตๆๆๆ เข้าไปสู่จุด หยุดนิ่ง ฝึกจนคล่องชำนิชำนาญ เราจะให้มันหยุดเมื่อไรก็หยุดได้ แต่มันไม่ใช่สมาธิตามธรรมชาติ  เพราะฉะนั้น มาเอาสมาธิแบบบังคับจิตให้หยุด อยากรู้อะไรก็น้อมจิตไปเพ่งไว้นานๆ มันแน่วแน่ ขึ้นมาหน่อยหนึ่ง ก็เกิดมโนภาพแว๊บขึ้นมา ก็ว่าตัวได้สมาธิเสียแล้ว 
 
 
ถ้าทุกคนทำสมาธิให้ถึงสมาธิธรรมชาติของจิตจริงๆ จะไม่มีการขัดแย้งหรือไม่มีการเถียงกัน  คนนี้ภาวนา พุทโธ  คนนี้ภาวนา เยซู  คนนี้ภาวนา อัลล่าห์  ๓ คนนี่นั่งสมาธิ ถ้าจิตเขาเป็นสมาธิ  ตามธรรมชาติแล้ว ถึงเขาภาวนาคนละอย่าง มันจะมีแนวโน้มเป็นอย่างเดียวกัน คือจิตเมื่อหยุดภาวนาแล้วมันจะวูบลงไปนิ่งปั๊บ สว่าง   ไสว มีปีติ มีความสุข  อันนี้คือสมาธิตามธรรมชาติ 
 
 
หลังจากนั้น จิตมันจะรู้หรือมันจะนิ่งเรื่อยไป   มันเรื่องของจิต  สัญญาเจตนาที่จะไปควบคุมบังคับจิตมันไม่มีแล้ว  ว่ากันโดยสมาธิตามธรรมชาติ
 
  หลวงพ่อนั่งสมาธิตั้งแต่ตี ๓ ถึง ๒ โมงเช้า ได้เห็นความตายของตัวเอง  นั่งไป ๖ ชั่วโมง แล้วก็ตื่นขึ้นมา พอตื่นขึ้นมาก็ยังสงสัย ว่าเราตายจริงหรือเปล่า  ยกมือมาคลำที่หน้าอก อ้อ! ยังอยู่  ค่อยๆ ลืมตาขึ้นมา
 
 
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          หลังจากนั้นมา ความเชื่อมั่นในคำสอนของพระพุทธเจ้าไม่มี สงสัยข้องใจเลย  ใครจะว่าอะไรยังไง... เราเฉย
 
 

 



 

 

 

 
 
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0 #4 Maureen 2017-07-16 06:21
A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC)
Bernard Ebele has condemned Imo Governor Rochas Okorocha for naming
former Senate President Ken Nnamani as chief of the celebration within the south east.



He spoke with our correspondent in Abakaliki, capital
of Ebonyi state.

Okorocha, at an APC caucus assembly in Owerri, had named Nnamani who simply joined the get together
few weeks in the past as chief of the occasion, a growth
which didn't go down effectively with main stakeholders from the zone.



Ebele described the motion of Okorocha as condemnable,
accusing him of not consulting with different stakeholders within the
zone earlier than the announcement.


"Okorocha received it flawed to anoint Nnamani as chief of the celebration. What has Nnamani completed to deserve the chief of the occasion within the south east?" he queried.




Ebele, a former State Secretary of the defunct Motion Congress of Nigeria (ACN),
famous Minister of Labour Senator Chris Ngige is true
chief of the APC within the south east by virtues of his contributions to the merger of the celebration.


"Ngige is an excellent stakeholder in APC. He is without doubt one of the leaders of Ndigbo so far as APC is anxious.


"He led the ACN within the South East into the merger so he labored for it.
We now have three main leaders within the South
East.


"Ogbonnaya Onu, Rochas Okorocha and Ngige however Ngige’s contribution to APC has been overwhelming; primarily based on this he's the true chief of APC within the South East."


Ebele said that Ngige will flooring Anambra governor Willie Obiano if he's fielded within the forthcoming gubernatorial election.


"He has performed very properly as Minister. He has the magic wand and wherever he goes, he applies that magic wand and issues start to show round.


"Right now there isn't any strike occurring. All lingering industrial actions have been resolved or virtually
resolved.

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0 #3 Skye 2017-07-16 03:28
The latest regional rift in the Arab World is pointing
at the roots of the upheavals in the oil-rich part of the world as the Gulf countries severe diplomatic ties with one of their main and important ally,
Qatar. It was the least expected though a lot would have been going on underneath before the countries announced their unilateral decisions which
came simultaneously to cut relations with the tiny but wealthy country, Qatar.
The impasse vividly sheds light on the source of terrorism which has been defining the Middle East,
proving wrong the widely believed opinion that the West
alone stirs the fragile peace in the region. In terms of wealth, the region is immeasurably and overwhelmingly blessed with
natural resources, yet peace which supersedes wealth remains a mere word in the "world".
Their gargantuan fortune cannot offer them peace.
Armed groups and militants thrive and sprout with the twinkle of an eye.
The easiest group to be formed there is a radicalised and hard
line one with a rather selfish and erroneous interpretation of Islam.

Little wonder all the modern notorious insurgencies such as the Taliban, al-Qaeda, ISIL, Muslim Brotherhood, etc have their founts in the Middle East.




Each of the countries wants to exert itself as the regional power
as Nigeria does in the West African sub-region. Economically,
almost every of the Muslim nations is buoyant. Then there could not be a meaningful economic competition.
The alternative is a political one which is by causing instability in the opponent’s country.
A nation can sponsor and fund a group of armed men to foment some trouble and mayhem in an opponent’s country.

It should not be surprising to hear Iran accusing Saudi Arabia of having sponsored the attack on Iran’s
parliament in central Tehran and the Mausoleum
of Ayatollah Khomeini in south of the city of Tehran.
They know where and what their problems are. Iran prefers working and
collaborating with the Lebanese Hezbolla rather than the Lebanese government
itself. Whereas to the Gulf countries and their Western allies,
the group is a terrorist one. Hence, Saudi Arabia considers
Iran as a harbour of terrorists.


These two main rival countries, Iran and Saudi Arabia, spread their tentacles to weaker countries,
including Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the world.

Its civil war would have ended if not for the conflicting interest
of the regional powers. While Iran supports the Shia Houthi rebels,
Saudi Arabia backs Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, the internationally recognised government.
Syrians would have heaved a sigh of relief if
these regional powers had sheathed their swords and coax their allies in the East and West to do the same.

What is more, since they could not have a direct
confrontation that can plunge the region to a total war,
a proxy war could be got in Syria and Yemen. None
of the two sides is ready to surrender and appear defeated, therefore,
far is the end to the uprising in Yemen and Syria and the Arab spring.



Why would Egypt not severe ties with Qatar alleged to be supporting the Muslim Brotherhood?

The Egyptian leader, Fattah el-Sisi, usurped the first
democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, an adherent of the Muslim Brotherhood.

To him, the organisation is a threat and any country (Qatar)
backing the group is a foe. El-Sisi forcibly silenced members of the group
by imprisoning and killing them. The Arab World generally is being led by monarchs who wield unlimited power,
any dissent is a terrorist to be arrested and executed.
The Emirs, Sheiks and Supreme Leaders are authoritarians: no democratic way of challenging or
removing them, and the influence and interest of these lifetime leaders are often in sharp contrast to
their entire countries. Hence, Egypt quickly joined the other Gulf countries in cutting
ties with Qatar, which they unanimously point an accusing finger at as a sponsor of terrorist groups,
notably the Muslim Brotherhood.


Where Shiite Muslims are the majority, Sunni will be minority and
vice versa. Iran and Iraq have Shiite majority and the Sunnis supported by Saudi Arabia and other Sunni countries often engage in violent demonstrations, attacks on shrines belonging to the Shiites.

In 2016, Iran protested the execution of a
popular Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia.
Iran would not mind if the cleric and others were guilty of the allegations.

In 2014 the global terrorist group, Islamic State of Iraq
and Levant (ISIL) declared a caliphate in Mosul.
Though Sunnis were a minority in Iraq, they ruled till the United States invaded the country in 2013.
To get to power, the ISIL arose and it spreads its wrong interpretation of Islam to
some African countries like Libya and Egypt. Though Riyadh overtly condemns Daesh, it covertly sympathises with
the Sunni hardliners. Therefore, Shia-Sunni discrepancy makes
peace an illusion in the Arab World. And until they
do away with the ideology, unrest will be the order of the day.


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0 #2 Shelia 2017-07-16 00:02
Udo Udoma, minister of finances and nationwide planning,
says the federal authorities doesn't intend to promote off all main nationwide belongings so as
to drag the nation out of recession.


Talking on Saturday forward of the forthcoming Nigerian Financial Summit, Udoma stated the
government’s predominant technique is to supply rapid funds to reflate the financial system and implement capital initiatives within the 2016 funds.



He expressed the dedication of the federal government to inject funds
into the system to revitalise the financial system and
painstakingly implement features of the capital price range
geared toward reflating the economic system and aiding the diversification course
of.


"The nation has misplaced nearly half its anticipated income and might want to urgently supply the shortfall to allow the federal government faithfully implement the funds," he mentioned.



"This unlucky situation prompted the Financial Administration Workforce to urgently work out a fiscal stimulus plan to generate instant massive injection of funds into the economic system by means of asset gross sales, advance cost for license rounds, infrastructure concessioning, use of recovered funds, amongst others, to cut back the funding hole.


"The different choice would have been to supply further loans,
past the extent of borrowing already projected for within the 2016 price range.
However this wouldn't be a sensible possibility as it could increase the
extent of debt service to an unsustainable stage."


Udoma defined that the federal government was exploring a number of angles within the asset gross sales proposal, together with repurchase choices, which might make provision for purchase-again of these property when the scenario improves.


He maintained that the country’s economic system wouldn't have gone into recession have been it not for the drastic fall in oil manufacturing ranges on account of disruptions attributable to militant actions.


"At worst, it will have been a flat efficiency that may have signposted a brand new curve
within the economic system trajectory that may subsequently put it on the trail to restoration and sustainable progress," he mentioned.


"Government appreciates that the down-flip within the economic system has introduced hardship to
the folks, however we're dedicated to redressing the state of
affairs.


"Our objective is to unlock the financial potentials of the non-oil and excessive-employment sectors, in order to realize a sustainable inclusive progress that may be certain that nearly all of Nigerians change into extra productive, thereby decreasing poverty.


"Thus, we're intentionally working in the direction of
diversifying the Nigerian economic system by making certain that
the non-oil sector drives the financial system as
a result of that is the sector that contributes essentially the most to GDP, and has extra capability to make use of."


The fundamental technique, he added, is to reflate the economic system by fiscal stimulus and strategic implementation of annual budgets.


"What this implies is that we're geared to strategically spend our method out of
recession. Sadly, we haven't met all our deliberate expenditures for 2016 resulting from low income outturns.


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0 #1 Addie 2017-07-15 19:18
In explaining the plight of employees in Ekiti State, Adesoye mentioned
their scenario had gone past a solidarity strike by the governor.

"We want extra of motion now than discuss as a result of our state of affairs is steadily turning into hopeless. A few of us have the intention of going to work, however there isn't any cash to pay transport fare. A few of us can't take two sq. meals a day. Our scenario has gone past what anybody can trivialise,"
mentioned Adesoye.


Whereas we agree with the Ekiti State TUC chairman that such a critical matter shouldn't be trivialised, we're additionally at pains to know what level the governor was making
by his declaration which flies within the face of each cause and the regulation. To the
extent that lots of the states are going by way of tough occasions on account of dwindling revenues from oil gross sales,
on which most of them rely, we are able to perceive why Ekiti State could also be in dire straits.
However we consider Fayose’s theatrics very unhelpful.
The governor can not simply fold his arms and say there may be nothing he can do to alleviate the suffering of Ekiti employees just because what
he receives from the Federation Account has dwindled dramatically because of the fall in oil costs.
He has a accountability to pay the wages of the staff and he should discover a means to try this.




Nonetheless, the disaster in Ekiti has additionally delivered to the fore the difficulty of viability
of many of those states. Even once we concede that the main downside
is the absence of excellent governance in lots of
the states the place staff are owed—some for as many as 10 months— we should additionally acknowledge that we now have a severe structural drawback.

That's the reason we now have supported the argument for the
restructuring the federation, a difficulty that's now on the entrance burner of nationwide discourse.




As issues stand immediately, many of the 36 states rely
virtually solely on allocations from the Federation Account,
the majority of which they expend on salaries and different recurrent expenditures.
The countervailing mechanisms that guarantee some stage of accountability on the centre are
both non-existent or too weak in these fragmented models and the logical result's that the promise of excellent governance embedded in the idea of decentralisatio n is delivered virtually all the time
within the breach.


Subsequently, it's our thought of perception that larger federating items will
permit for economies of scale on giant infrastructure initiatives, will make for extra economically viable and aggressive federating models, and
can cut back the undue strain on the centre.

When complemented with a mechanism for bettering accountability, restructuring has the potential for making
certain good governance and human improvement in Nigeria.


We name on Governor Fayose to suspend his "solidarity strike" whereas urging him
and his different colleagues which might be additionally owing workers’ salaries to
seek out methods to pay. However we consider that the last word resolution lies
in restructuring our federal system so it may
work for the individuals.

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