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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.

Spirituality

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

IMAGES of BUDDHIST MONKS AND NUNS in Yangon, Myanmar

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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