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    Miracles of Understanding

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 07/05/2013

    » The interview with Zen master and Buddhist icon Thich Nhat Hanh was unique. He did not impart his message through words, but principally through his being and interaction with the interviewer.

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    A brush with enlightenment

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 08/04/2013

    » Amid an enthusiastic crowd at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, the subject of attention remained poised and calm, heightening his audience's attention, concentration and awareness as he prepared to begin his activity.

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    A spiritual frame of mind

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 21/03/2013

    » Monks walking on a log over a running creek, residing in a cave, sitting in meditation at the edge of a cliff, and going for an alms round in a remote mountainous village. Looking at these photos in the "Dhammafarers" exhibition, on show at Buddhadasa Indapanno Archives in Chatuchak District, leaves several striking impressions.

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    Finding Peace

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 25/02/2013

    » The majestic Shwedagon Pagoda glowed against the waking navy-blue sky. Every day before the crack of dawn, the platform in front of Myanmar's iconic pagoda is crowded with throngs of devotees _ lay and holy, children and elderly. Some sit meditating, still and silent; others chant prayers. Some do walking meditation around the golden edifice. The air is crisp, the ambience filled with peace and joy.

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    Nourishment from the inside, Out

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 19/10/2012

    » The annual Vegetarian Festival inspires people to eat wisely for a brief period in the year, but the spiritual implications of good food _ or how we choose, chew and think about it _ have a continuous and lifelong effect on our body and soul. Food is not just a chemical make-up to sustain bodily functions. It can be transformative, and our well-being is deeply interdependent on food and how we take it _ physically and mentally.

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    Finding joy in The Everyday

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 01/11/2012

    » What is your source of happiness? Ask this question to 28 renowned artists who joined the upcoming art exhibition "Source Of Happiness" (Ton Tarn Haeng Kwam Suk), and their answers will vary from motherly love to artistic inspiration and dhamma.

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    Putting their hands up

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 20/08/2012

    » When Sorrayut Ratanapojnard was at the Flood Relief Centre at Don Muang last year, his fellow volunteers asked one question more than any other: "What can I do to help?"

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    We're all ears

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 11/09/2012

    » Our lives are permeated by sounds. On the street, in the office, at the park. Even when we're alone our own thoughts are even more cacophonous, perhaps, than the outside world.

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    The singing nun

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 18/06/2012

    » It is quite unusual to see people calling themselves "fans" of a Buddhist nun. But so seemed the norm last month when Bangkok celebrated the 2,600th anniversary of Lord Buddha attaining enlightenment.

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    Live positively

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 22/05/2012

    » Academic or career achievements never emerged during our conversation about the legacy cultivated by Krishnamurti-founded Brockwood Park School in Britain. Rather, former students pointed to the values of self-knowledge, symbiotic relationship, and the spirit of inquiry and cooperation that helped them make sense of the world.

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