You are cordially invited to 100 day ceremony of Nhoum Chan Seang, a husband of Nhoum Ream Narom on Friday evening 03-04 April 2015 at our temple. On behalf of her, appreciate and thanks for doing meritorious deeds together in advance.
Nhoum Chan Seang passed away at age 80 on Sunday 04 January 2015 at Nursing Home at 8:20 AM. He was one of the founders of Wat Jotanaram during 1984-1985. He was born on 03 January 1935 – Dead on 04 January 2015.
He is a husband of Mrs. Tim Sangvan and a former police officer in New York City. The music in this video was deleted because of copyrights. It was uploaded for dedicating to his 100 day ceremony on 28 February 2015.
May he receive all meritorious deeds we have done and shared and free from all suffering. We love you forever.
This donation Venerable Thor Bunthoeun offered two times.
1. $ 200 donation from Mrs. Thach Kimlang was recently offered to the poorest already.
2. $ 240 donation will be offered again to the poorest before a few days he is leaving Phnom Penh for the United States on 09 March 2015.
This generosity is just for showing we here care about the poor and innocent Khmer people there and help Cambodian government develop the country.
May you Khmer people free from invasion and dictatorship for real loving and developing our country by ourselves.
This is another one to unite Wat Jotanaram and Watt-Samakki for social harmony and prosperity in New York Khmer Buddhist society. It is really a great deal when trying to bring the temple and temple, monks and monks, lay Buddhists and lay Buddhists, monks and lay Buddhists closer and closer to each other for present and future understanding very well. Unity and solidarity are a source of peace, happiness, and prosperity.
May not all living beings misunderstand but put all efforts to understand each other mentally verbally physically without love, hatred, fear, and ignorance.
This is my duty in my life mentally verbally physically.