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Malay Peninsula 3: Singapore Temples

Here in Korea, the insanity of the first month of school is winding to a close, the root canal adventure goes on with no end in sight, and the first cherry blossoms have burst forth, promising at least two weekends of magical pink snow beauty and wonder. 2,020 more words


Koya-san: Our Night at a Japanese Mountain Temple

I’ve been in Japan for over a year and a half now, but visiting Koya-San last summer really left an impression on me.  From being surrounded by enormous, moss covered trees in Japan’s largest cemetery, watching the lanterns along the path slowly flickering awake, to attending early morning Buddhist prayers with a burning ceremony that I barely understood, to sharing vegetarian Japanese meals with my friends while wearing yukata, it was a trip filled with moments that are hard to find in everyday life. 1,807 more words


The Mountain Pulveriser

Morning Thought: There are times when you are walking down God’s path and an unscaleable mountain stands in your way. It’s a mountain that threatens to obstruct you from fulfilling the Father’s will. 85 more words

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Travels, Day 10: Mandalay to Nyaung Shwe

Intention: connection.

Cunnek-shun. When I’m in a good space in my life – however that might be defined – connecting with others seems to happen effortlessly and intuitively. 551 more words


View on original Evelina sitePantheon and fountain of the PantheonWhen it rains and I don’t have an umbrella, I just work the headscarf! The perfectly proportinoed sphere and oculusHoel at the of the dome, also called the eye of the dome.  275 more words


Temple Fork: Rod and Reel Carrier (For 4pc, 9' rods)

TFO presents their rod and reel carrying case, with a smooth fleece-lined and protecting inside and outer carrying handles.Safe and treasure your favourite rod and reelFeatures a smooth, protecting fleece liningCompare to the Triangular Nylon Rod CaseNylon casing with TFO logoDesigned just for a selected dimension of rod… 36 more words

Wat Pho Tour in Bangkok, Thailand

So, after the tour in the Grand Palace (you can check my blog about here :)), the usual destination is Wat Pho, one of the oldest temple in Bangkok. 86 more words