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750 Kilometres of Nothing to Do and Nowhere to Go

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...

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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...