Today, we finish a talk
by Sister Truc Nghiem and translated by Sister Bach Nghiem. Our
sister shares her experience with her aging body and specifically
the poignant experience of seeing her own heart beating. Seeing our
situations clearly is a tremendous gift and a continuous
Today we continue a talk by Sister
Truc Nghiem and translated by Sister Bach Nghiem. She focuses her
sharing on our capacity to be a refuge or a safe harbor for others
and for ourselves. When storms come into our lives, let's know to
bring our boats to safety.
Today we share a talk given by Sister Truc Nghiem and
translated by Sister Bach Nghiem. In the beginning, the monastics
chant a poem written by Thay. Then our sister reflects upon our
ability to stop and discover the inner Buddha within. She invites
us to welcome all that has always been there.
Today we share songs of appreciation for our loved ones. At a
recent Day of Mindfulness, Brother Phap Ho shares a song by an late
friend of Deer Park Monastery, Dennis Howard, and then, two
monastics perform the Vietnamese song written for Thay's poem, A
Rose For Your Pocket, a tribute to mothers.
At a recent Day of
Mindfulness, Brother Phap Ho shares how he spent his recent Lazy
Days. These days are designated days of relaxation at the monastery
when there is no schedule of practice for the monastics. Our
brother finds that with the freedom of Lazy Days come the
opportunity to discover rich...