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Why seeing/understanding alone may not be enough

This post continues on from my previous post.

Seeing this is not always enough

However, for many people simply seeing there is no doer is not enough. 187 more words

Non-duality

Angkor Wet

We were back at Angkor Wat (literally “city temple”) today for our cultural tour (yesterday we went for photography). It was hot again but not quite so humid. 114 more words

Photography

Angkor Hot

We hired a local photographer to take us to the best spots for shooting in Angkor in Cambodia. He has a very good eye for composition and we were able to work much more efficiently than we could have on our own. 79 more words

Photography

Musings

It is by default that I apply myself, for as I grow older, there seems to be no more horrifying fate than to have faded away with a mouthful of empty, dusty promises about how I was going to do better the next day.

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A Child's Duty

Children’s duties: (These five ways in which a son or daughter should minister to his mother or father)

1. Support them with four requisites-food & drinks, clothing, shelter, and medication- (Bhato vā no bharissati)

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Beginner's Guide to Mindful Meditation- Attachment and Detachment (Part 2)

Many ask me the meaning of “detachment”. Is it really something we want to incorporate in our lives? I always associated detachment with “not caring” and if detachment meant not caring for my loved ones, it was definitely something I did not want to assimilate.  597 more words

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