May all be happy and pleasant on New Year’s Day

On New Year’s Day, esteemed figures, revered members of the Sangha, and notable personalities extend their heartfelt wishes to all beings, encompassing humans residing throughout Myanmar and across the world, for the assurance of physical and mental well-being and the presence of auspiciousness.
As Myanmar collectively transitions into the New Year 1386 Myanmar Era while bidding farewell to the outgoing Old Year 1385 ME, it’s a moment for all to nurture their souls, free from greed, anger, and ignorance, dedicating themselves to the cultivation of a peaceful and prosperous society, breaking free from the cycle of negativity.

From then onward, everybody needs to adopt a pledge to lend a helping hand to each other to be able to overcome daily challenges and bitter sufferings. They all have to consider that only when all persons and organizations can cease their greediness, anger and ignorance will all citizens people have a chance to enjoy the fruits of peace and stability and have guarantees for their lives and property. May all be happy and pleasant.

At this significant juncture, individuals are called upon to uphold and spread compassion to every corner of the universe. May the entire world be imbued with the seven virtues such as generosity, adherence to precepts, knowledge, virtuous practices, wisdom, a sense of shame, and fear of wrongdoing, essential for the sustenance of the universe. Without these virtues, the universe faces decay and eventual disappearance.
Therefore, individuals must pledge to engage in acts of kindness and meritorious deeds while abstaining from misconduct and evil actions. They must cultivate tolerance towards one another, letting go of grudges, thus enabling the enjoyment of various forms of peace and prosperity through virtuous conduct.
Let animosity, hatred, and hostility towards others be discarded in favour of fostering enduring peace. Each individual holds the responsibility to extinguish the sparks of hatred and conflict. All clashes must cease, and all animosity should be eradicated. It is incumbent upon all Myanmar citizens to foster genuine peace and stability across the nation, considering the plight of those enduring physical and mental suffering, displaced by conflicts, disasters, and pandemics.
Henceforth, all must pledge to extend a helping hand to one another, collectively overcoming daily challenges and profound tribulations. It’s crucial not to turn a blind eye to the hardships faced by internally displaced persons and citizens residing in all parts of the nation.
From then onward, everybody needs to adopt a pledge to lend a helping hand to each other to be able to overcome daily challenges and bitter sufferings. They all have to consider that only when all persons and organizations can cease their greediness, anger and ignorance will all citizens people have a chance to enjoy the fruits of peace and stability and have guarantees for their lives and property. May all be happy and pleasant.

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