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Life Is Always Where We Are

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Buddha Boy: We will need to make an offering.
Ed: What kind of offering?
Buddha Boy:That would depend on how much good karma you want for your next life.
Ed:Hmm, I can't plan that far ahead.
Buddha Boy:Then some fresh fruit from the market will do.

My childhood was typical: summers in Rangoon ... luge lessons



Promises Promises.

 How do these monks  pray?  They don't ask or talk to god, they listen to god inside themselves. That's taking your meditation, cultivating the witness, and Namaste, the god in me says hi to the god in you.

Buddhists   are taught that suffering is one promise that life always keeps. So that when happiness comes we know it is a gift, and it is ours only for a brief time.

The elephant  represents good luck, longevity and peace and  strength;  and mostly here in SE Asia, joy. A laughing Buddha riding an elephant with chiIdren on his lap is an excellent symbol for happiness and prosperity in the family.

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