Category Archives: Buddhist

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Bích

My name is Bích, which means Jade. When my parents were dating, they didn’t have a lot of money. They would often meet here, by Ngoc Son Temple and go for walks around Hoan Kiem Lake. In English, Ngoc Son Temple means the “Temple of the Jade Mound”...
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Bao

I am a musician first and a Buddhist second. Formal religion is not a big part of my life, but it is still there. I am most spiritual when I have to make important decisions. In such cases, I pray to my ancestors and ask for their guidance....
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Tony

Tony is my English name. In Thai my name is Thanee which means “land.” I try to have conversations with English speakers as often as possible because I want to improve my English and also I like to answer questions about Buddhism. When I pray it is to...
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Deng

I get asked all kinds of questions in my job, but this is a new one! I suppose that mostly my prayer revolve around my desire to do the right thing and to have the calmness, the peace of mind needed so that my judgement is not clouded....
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Katherine and Brian

“My name is Katherine, I am a Buddhist and I live in Johannesburg where I am a musician. I pray that faith will cease being a precursor to war and instead become a way to peace. I pray that Jews and Palestinians will begin to see God as...