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Creating From a Grain of Sand

To promote healing and world peace, a group of Tibetan Buddhist monks realized artwork breathtaking using millions of grains of sand. A dramatic work, by the precision, time and patience devoted to install each grain of colored sand until it becomes a spectacular piece.


On the Road Again

We were given the last two seats on the Air Canada flight; backing right on the restrooms.
“It smells like an outhouse back here,” Brenda remarked. 727 more words

The 10 Breath Technology Break

I recently heard a well-known marketing expert ask a room full of Fortune 500 types a compelling series of questions. With a show of hands, he asked how many in the audience watched TV with at least one additional screen – like an iPhone – nearby. 1,587 more words

Bobby Rock


Theravada Buddhism in Myanmar. This is the religion or way of life for Monks and Nuns here in Myanmar.

I think the one thing which I will definately miss when I leave here is seeing the Monks and Nuns everyday… everywhere! 508 more words

What Buddhist Monks and Children Have in Common!

I think we underestimate the wisdom young children. They are, for the most part, unencumbered with the stress of daily life and they experience each day as a wonder. 486 more words

Coping With Chronic Illness

Dalai Lama: Good and bad Buddhist monks in Tibetan Buddhism

If we look back, many of the things we did in Tibet were wrong — like sectarianism, not … paying enough attention to monks’ Vinaya rules.

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