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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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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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