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A garden of 1,000 Buddhas

Elaborate peace center taking shape near Arlee

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Posted: Sunday, March 28, 2010 2:00 am

Visualize a 10-acre garden with a thousand Buddhas to inspire visitors of all faiths to reflect on peace and find compassion and happiness within themselves.

Buddhist teacher Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche of Tibet had such a vision many years ago.

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          2 comments:

          • Bighorn0216 posted at 7:28 pm on Mon, Mar 29, 2010.

            Bighorn0216 Posts: 197

            What a light this story shines over media more often filled with darkness and confusion and verbal duels and deluded flailings. How I wish I were geographically closer to the project, to be able to participate in hands-on work. If I had a mold, I'd make statues in my own shop and drive them out to Arlee myself!

            What a remarkable enclave, in a remarkable location. Good fortune and best wishes--I hope to visit the site this summer, on a return trip. (And I haven't given up on being there to work.)

            Namaste

             
          • Simone Ellis posted at 2:52 pm on Sun, Mar 28, 2010.

            Simone Ellis Posts: 2

            What an awesome story! thank you for doing this. Simone Ellis

             

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