This Week’s Wise Habit

‘Chanta’

ความยินดีในกิจที่ทำ (ฉันทะ)

Panyaden School teacher talking about Buddhust wise habit  Learn through play and experience at Panyaden, bilingual school in Chiang Mai

The Kung Fu Chef  has come with his special pot of soup again! He congratulated K2-3 students for sending him more letters than any other class giving examples of how they had practiced last week’s habit, ‘Mattannuta’ (‘knowing the right amount’) and invited them to help him put the ingredient into his big shiny pot.

Teachers & students of Panyaden School, bilingual school in Chiang Mai Kindergarten students at international school in Chiang Mai, Panyaden Kindergarten students learning through play at Panayden School, internationa school in Chiang Mai

Deftly kicking his right leg out and raising his left arm, our Kung Fu Chef then demonstrated this week’s new wise habit ‘Chanta’ or ความยินดีในกิจที่ทำ (ฉันทะ), which means ‘desiring truth, knowledge and goodness.’ For more on the meaning of ‘Chanta’, read Panyaden School Director Neil Amas’ upcoming post on the subject.

Kindergarten student learning through games and role-playing at Panyaden School, bilingual school in Chiang Mai Here we go! Panyaden School's teacher with kindergarten student demonstrating a kung fu move Panyaden School, bilingual school in Chiang Mai School teachers, staff & students of Panyaden School, international school in Chiang Mai Look! I can do this too! Nursery & kindergarten students of Panyaden, bilingual school in Chiang Mai

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