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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...

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...

How to Be Mindful Around Beautiful Women and Friends Who Don’t...

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Brother Bo De: I’m still working with how to maintain your freedom, especially around many beautiful women. I see that men can have this difficulty....

Having a Relationship with Yourself

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In this Part 2 of a 2-part monthly series, Karim from Wake Up London interviews Brother Dao Kien from Upper Hamlet, Plum Village, about...

How I Discovered Wake Up and Chose the Monastic Path

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In this Part I of a 2-part monthly series, Karim Manji from Wake Up London interviews Brother Dao Kien from Upper Hamlet, Plum Village,...

The Eyes

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by Monastic Brother Pháp Khả With a pair of eyes, one is assured of a life-long appointment with the blue sky and white cloud. Where I...

Life as a Novice Monk in Plum Village

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Last month, Brother Dao Tue shared about his path to become a monastic. In this part, he shares about life in the monastic residence and how it...

Discovering Plum Village and Becoming a Monk

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Interviewed in June 2016 in Plum Village EP: Ethan Pollock (interviewer) DT: Brother Dao Tue (monastic) EP: It’s a beautiful summer day. Brother Dao Tue and I...

The Sangha Boat

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An Interview with Brother Chan Phap Ho Brother Chan Phap Ho was born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden. At the age of twenty-nine, he left...

Love Between Us – Thich Nhat Hanh’s Sharing

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Maison de l'Inspir interviewed Monastic Brother Phap Linh after he received the lamp transmission as a Dharma Teacher during the Great Ordination Ceremony last month...

Mindful Soccer

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By Gijs Van den Broeck And that is why learning in a classroom is just one small part of our practice. We learn working together. We...

Waking Up at the EIAB

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by Friso Woudstra 16-18 May 2014 Every year the Wake Up Nijmegen Sangha has a weekend retreat at the Thich Nhat Hanh monestary in Waldbröl, Germany....

Welcome to France

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By Brother Bieu Hien This is another one of those wayback posts, from just after the end of the Winter. Three monks from our US center...