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Practicing With My Family

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Q: Your blood family is in France and lives close by. Do you find ways to share...

Walking Home

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Walking gently My feet are cold But I keep my ancestors warm In the living room of my heart Come sit around the fireplace We will make room. Sorrow, please...

Silence.

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by Theo (Danique’s father from Wake Up Groningen, the Netherlands) Around me is silence. Sounds of breathing and the smell of incense slowly disappear into the...

Connecting with my Parents During a Retreat

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Many of us might know the feeling. After a Wake Up retreat finishes, you're taking your first steps into society again, often misleadingly referred...

Going to a Wake Up Parents and Children Retreat with my...

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by Danique from Wake Up Groningen, the Netherlands Friday. Sitting on my meditation pillow, I feel a nervousness in my chest. I open my eyes...

My Father and I

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By Brother Pham Hanh I still remember vividly my community as a young boy. We had to go up the stairs and into a big...

Right Livelihood

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By Jonathan Borella As 18-35 year olds, Right Livelihood is an especially important practice. We’re at a time when we are beginning careers, developing passions,...

Celebrating the Day of the Dead

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by Wake Up Puebla (Ceo, Amai, Ana, Katie, Julian and Gwendolin) Dear friends, The Day of the Dead in the Mexican tradition is a time to...

Mindful Reflections from Wake Up Bangkok

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Opening Up to Love by Namsai Thai Plum Village didn’t give me happiness, peace, nor did it give me new life, new identity, nor any...

How Mindfulness Transformed My Family

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By Khanh Doan Mindfulness practice, the beautiful teaching of the Buddha, profoundly interpreted by our beloved Thay, is a miracle that helps transform many lives....

Sailing to the Other Shore

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Memories of a Winter Retreat I chose the shape of a mandala with three circles to give you a structure of my story. The frame...

Reconnecting My Family

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By Monastic Sister Sinh Nghiem As monastics we are allowed periodically to have a home visit. I wanted to have a home visit to see...

Day of Mindfulness at the USC

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Plum Village monks and nuns hosted a Day of Mindfulness in Vietnamese at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on the 5th...

Q&A with Thich Nhat Hanh: Family Difficulties

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Thich Nhat Hanh answers in a Q&A session during the Francophone retreat in Plum Village (4-11 April 2014) about how one can deal with family...

Connecting Generations

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By Miranda van Schadewijk The 19th of May, the usual Sangha morning in Den Haag took a slightly different turn. Inspired by the theme of...