His Majesty, Bhumipol Adulyadej, the King of Thailand, is an outstanding figure in modern history. Many people have heard about him and many would like to know more about the life and the work of His Majesty
But who is His Majesty? How is he in real life? Why so many people love and respect the longest reigning monarch of the world the way they do?
Historians and academics tried to answer these questions, and many books have been written. But we think, no one can better describe the love and fondness His Majesty has offered to so many lives for the better, no one can better describe this than the people themselves, who actually met and experienced the work and devotion His Majesty has wholeheartedly been given to anyone, who needed his support, advice or help. Here you can see for yourself, how His Majesty did what he did, all told by eye witnesses of his actions over the last 60 years.
Hence our stories are told by the people of Thailand and elsewhere creating a collection of unforgettable moments that show a King and Father of a country from many perspectives. From donating money to build a mosque in the south to how his theories have improved the lives of many people in Thailand and elsewhere. The influence of His Majesty's actions is much broader than many have known before.
So if you like to learn more about His Majesty the King, come inside www.mylifewithhismajestytheking.com and read the many stories here, that describe the work of a truly devoted monarch, devoted to his people overall.
The day His Majesty took the throne to become the King of Thailand, on May 5th 1950, he said the following words:
"We shall reign with righteousness for the benefit and happiness of the Siamese people"
His Majesty took the vow to do so, by following these 10 virtues:
1) Sharing with the populace
2) Maintaining good conduct
3) Working selflessly
4) Working honestly
5) Deporting himself with gentleness
6) Rejecting indulgence through austerity
7) Adhering to reason, not anger
8) Bringing tranquility through non violence
9) Overcoming difficulties with patience
10) Not doing that which strays from righteousness
Our stories will show not only, that His Majesty was able to keep his vow, furthermore you will see, how his many works and projects followed this 10 virtues sometimes almost literally and how his achievements have influenced and been followed by many people in- and outside Thailand as well.
Long Live the King!