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1 I am not, however, anywhere near a Buddhist. I am simply a fan of some of the philosophy.
2 These were all qualities he recognized in himself, but which all could be improved upon, and so he became a Buddhist.
3 A 1954 expedition commissioned by the British Daily Mail retrieved dark brown hairs from a supposed yeti scalp kept in a secluded Buddhist monastery.
4 In this case, I genuinely believe in the Buddhist way of thinking.
5 Still, I drive my traveling companions crazy by insisting on ducking into every church that I pass in Europe. And the same goes for every Buddhist temple I could find in Thailand.
6 If I were evil, I would hate me, the Buddhist thinks.
7 Buddhist monk Shi Dejian practices kung fu at the mountaintop retreat he has spent 15 years building.
8 Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese Buddhist monk, writer and activist who founded the Unified Buddhist Church in France, and Plum Village, a Buddhist community in exile.
9 The Buddhist monk arranged a boxing match between the boy and an experienced boxer.
10 Like in the days to come we often stop where people sell exotic vegetables and fruits (Buddhist Head, melons, bananas, Guava, Fon-Lon cactus fruit, sweet potatoes, taro...) which we eat on the spot.
11 Buddhist monk disrooted a tree.
12 is a calm wisdom in this old saying that impressed me when I heard it first from a monk of a Buddhist monastery in China.
13 A traditional Buddhist, such as a monk, lives an extremely minimalist lifestyle because their belief in these principles flow into their everyday life.
14 When you hear the word “discipline” do you think of Samurais, Shaolin Warriors and Buddhist Monks?
15 It started building Buddhist shrines in 578ad, and was still run by a man surnamed Kongo 40 generations later.
16 This scroll, painted with Buddhist imagery and iconography, depicts scenes from the religion's teachings: a Light Maidenhovers at the top, while further below are episodes of cosmic judgment.
17 Tea churn even more powerful, more mellow ray curl more intoxicating scent rising, spread out in the Buddhist temple.
18 This article makes a probe into the use and variation of the Buddhist vocabulary in the modern Chinese, its pur poses lies in understanding Buddhist influences on Chinese culture in language.
19 Buddhist monks have no priestly role — they are not intermediaries between God and mankind — and their ordination confers no supernatural powers or authority.
20 After all, China is traditionally a Buddhist country.
21 Later, the Buddhist rite developed into a grand festival among common people and its influence expanded from the Central Plains to the whole of China.
22 To remind his son of this maxim he puts in the boy's hand a small statue of Kannon, the Buddhist goddess of mercy.
23 Construction of Java's Borobudur Temple, one of the world's largest Buddhist monuments and a world Heritage site, began in the eighth century, under the Sailendra dynasty.
24 before dawn to join the daily ritual of Tak Bat, when the women of this ancient town in Laos give rice to Buddhist monks as they file along the street, I am wilting, too.
25 two days, plain-clothes security men blockaded the golden Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the country's most sacred Buddhist shrine.
26 In the Buddhist tradition the monks and yogis are able to be so disciplined because they have something called Bodhicitta.
27 They became very active in community service or became Buddhist monks.
28 12th and 16th centuries these manuscript illustrations, painted on palm leaves, were miniaturised versions of the vast murals that decorated Jain and Buddhist monasteries.
29 As a well-known Buddhist sanctuary, Mt. Emeishan once had more than 100 monasteries.
30 Education in Mongolia traditionally was controlled by the Buddhist monasteries and was limited to monks.