in front of a microphone, suggesting his role for which he
won the Distinguished Public Speaker Award, as well as the
trophy of the National Conch Award, which he received in
with a handwritten text in Thai that reads: khit tae reuang
dih, phoot reuang dih, tham reuang dih, khob khon dih, pai
soo sathaan thih dih, thah tham dai dih dih yahng nih jak
pen khon mih khah (คิดแต่เรื่องดี
พูดเรื่องดี ทำเรื่องดี คบคนดี ไปสู่สถานที่ดี ถ้าทำได้ดีๆ
i.e. ‘Think only good, speak [only] good, do [only] good,
befriend [only] good people, and go [only] to good places,
[because] if you can act in a good manner like this you will
be a very precious person’; 3.
at a statue of his predecessor
i.e. Buddhadasaphikku (fig.),
as well as the personal signature of both men; 4.
with a stick in front of
Klahng Nahm (พระอุโบสถกลางน้ำ)
‘Assembly Hall (Bot)
in the Middle of the Water’, his last building project of which he said he
hoped he wouldn't die
before it was finished.