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    Beauty has a way of its own

    Life, Somkid Chaijitvanit, Published on 22/05/2012

    » The last light of the day was soon to take its leave. No matter how scorching the sun of mid-April had been, it now seemed ready to slide down to rest in the midst of brick debris, which once housed the worlds very first Buddhist university, the illustrious Nalanda.


    The shadow of Buddha

    Life, Somkid Chaijitvanit, Published on 10/04/2012

    » Against the light, I could see shadows flitting across an expanse of cement blocks. They belonged to young novices waiting for a group photo after an ordination ceremony. Despite their shaved heads and saffron robes they were, after all, boys who wanted to have a good time as well.


    Workaday diversion

    Life, Somkid Chaijitvanit, Published on 13/03/2012

    » To them, I must have looked like an invader. The army of ants was busily engaged on some urgent mission, marching back and forth across the leaf of a tree in the garden of an artisan's house in Nakhon Si Thammarat.


    The two doors

    Life, Somkid Chaijitvanit, Published on 24/01/2012

    » Sometimes, amazingly, a few words is all it takes to get us back on the right track. A friend of mine recently forwarded me the text of a short dharma lesson given by the Venerable W. Vajiramedhi, entitled "The Two Doors".

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