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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.


    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.


    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.


    A World with out Suffering

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 13/03/2012

    » What would Lord Buddha do if he lived in this modern world? Ask this question, and it might lead us closer to Buddha's insights and transformation of modern crises, as Prof David R Loy tries to introduce in his book, Money, Sex, War, Karma: Notes for a Buddhist Revolution (now in Thai translation).


    Lotus pondering leads to life change

    Life, Karnjariya Sukrung, Published on 24/01/2012

    » In the Youth Justice Centre, 17-year-old Somsak Chuchuy-kham sat idly by a small lotus pond; the images of the lotus conjured words of the Buddha on the four types of people in his mind.

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