Kyoto Japan 京都 क्योटो जापान
Apr30
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Tibetan Folktale, The Cony Who Got Into Bad Company
Apr28

Tibetan Folktale, The Cony Who Got Into Bad Company

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, when men and animals understood each other. In a desert place, away among the mountains, was a little hut of mud and stone, and in this little hut dwelt an old lama. There was a cony by the name of Susha and a rat by the name of Mukjong. These two were great friends and cronies, and both pretended to be friends with the old lama, but at night when he was asleep for a little while, they would...

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100 Year Old Woman Tells The Love Story Of The Ages
Apr27

100 Year Old Woman Tells The Love Story Of The Ages

Shirley Hyman, age 100, tells the story about her husband Moe. Once her husband get sick for a year, and Shirley saw ha was dying, all his strength his left him. Shirley (to her husband): “What will I do without you?” Moe (gethering all of his left energy): “Take the lvoe you have from me, and spread it around. A love spread around. There beauty is found.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8TjO2FGnao...

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Growning Up in 4 Minutes, Lotte And Vince
Apr26

Growning Up in 4 Minutes, Lotte And Vince

In 1999 october Frans Hofmeester (father of Lotte) started to shoot short videos of his daughter, week by week. Time lapsed and after 14 years his father spliced the pictures together into a video. Hofmeester has made also a similar movie about his son, Vince. Hofmeester: “I filmed Lotte every week from the moment she was born. She was changing at such a rapid pace, that I felt the need to document the way she looked, to keep my...

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The Father, His Three Sons, And The Sticks Fable
Apr25

The Father, His Three Sons, And The Sticks Fable

There was once a man whose three sons were always fighting with each other. This made the man sad because he wanted his sons to get along. So, in order to teach the boys about the power of unity, he commanded them to bring him a dozen slender sticks of wood, each about as thick as a pencil. The father then addressed his eldest son: Father: “Son, I want you to take one of these sticks and break it.” The son did as his...

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Did You Smelled The Fresh Grass Today?
Apr24

Did You Smelled The Fresh Grass Today?

When was the last time you noticed the beauty of the nature around You? Small things cheers up your life, a smell, a lovely bird or just someone dancing like nobody is watching. “Life is simple, experience your inner intentions.”...

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Dog And The Shadow Fable
Apr23

Dog And The Shadow Fable

It happened that a Dog had got a piece of meat and was carrying it home in his mouth to eat it in peace. Now on his way home he had to cross a plank lying across a running brook. As he crossed, he looked down and saw his own shadow reflected in the water beneath. Thinking it was another dog with another piece of meat, he made up his mind to have that also. So he made a snap at the shadow in the water, but as he opened his mouth the...

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Earth Day पृथ्वी दिवस 2014
Apr22

Earth Day पृथ्वी दिवस 2014

“Protect our environment, because everything we see outside is inside.” We love the Trees, We love the Lakes, We love the Grass, We love the Deserts, We love the Animals, We love Each Other,   We love our...

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Coincidences, Being In The Right Place At The Right Moment
Apr17

Coincidences, Being In The Right Place At The Right Moment

A lot of people think that coincidences are things that we should not need to care about, they say coincidences are just happening. The only interesting thing, that we pay general attention to these “nothings”. Somehow we feel, that something strange happening, like a bug in the matrix. The nature of these events are simply inscrutable, there is no point to count or measure them, but we all know we should do something with...

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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam हा लांग खाड़ी, वियतनाम
Apr16
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