Sister Giac Hoa and sisters in Plum Village

Practicing With My Family

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Sisters and Sister Giac Hoa (on the right) Q: Your blood family is in France and lives close...

My Monastic Aspiration as a Child

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Photo courtesy of monastic Sangha at Lang Mai Facebook page By Br. Chon Tang I'm...

Be Our Own Soulmate

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Written by Brother Pháp Nguyện (Br. Aspiration) Translated by: Chúc Mai This year, An Bang retreat was held...

Creating Space for Myself

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Sister Nang Nghiem and a young friend Q: We are halfway through the business retreat you are helping...

Practicing in a Monastic Community

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Sister Giác Hòa (Awakened Harmony) from New Hamlet, Plum Village, shares about committing to the Five-Year Monastic Program and...

Engaging with Environmentalism

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Q: How did you know that the monastic path is for you?

750 Kilometres of Nothing to Do and Nowhere to Go

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By Brother Dao Hanh Our journey started many months before we made our first...

At the Foot of the Mountain

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By Brother Dao Bi At the foot of the mountain, there is a stream. Take the water from the stream and wash yourself, and you will be cured. I...

Life as Monastic Aspirants in Plum Village

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Click here to read Part I of this interview Interview Part 2: New Hamlet, 11th November 2018 Q: How was your experience as a monastic aspirant? Thien...

Monastic Practice at Plum Village

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October 25, 2018 Q: How was your life before you came to PV? Sister Phu Nghiem: I have a sister and an aunt who have been...

Deciding to Become a Monastic in Plum Village

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Interview Part 1: New Hamlet, 11th November 2018 Q: What was your decision-making process to ordain as a monastic? Thien Chi: I came to Plum Village...

Transformation of My Singing Voice as Monastic

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Q: Today’s the 4th of September 2018, and I’m sitting with Sister Chanh Niem in Lower. Thank you for being here. What was life like...

Taking Refuge in the Sangha

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By Monastic Sister Trang Uu Bat Having recently had the good fortune to tour Australia helping to support retreats with our Sangha, I appreciated how easy...

Woulda Shoulda Coulda

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A lot of suffering By Brother Pham Hanh As I was sitting in front of my tent and the sun was slowly rising, I looked at...

Let’s Play. Let’s Go with Enjoyment!

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By Brother Warman As a young people, I like to play. I lost my playfulness, but now I’ve regained my joy and playfulness. The suffering...