How to make your New Year truly “new”

In this Dharma Talk from 29th December, 2013, Thay teaches us with great power and humour, how to prepare ourselves for the coming of the New Year.

Just a simple monk!

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9 comments on “How to make your New Year truly “new”
  1. art says:

    Let your light be ever brighter for many years to come.

  2. don aubrey says:

    Please keep me posted on all future events…
    In the NOW & future moments of the moment & another NOW

  3. Valerie says:

    Thank you for posting this, it was wonderful. Sending Prayers and thoughts of wellness and continued healing for Thich Naht Hanh.
    Love and light,
    Valerie

  4. María de Lourdes Flores Alonso says:

    Toda mi energía y amor para Thay.

  5. Hanh says:

    This talk of Thay is so wonderful and very meaningful guidelines for the New Year! Nevertheless, the sound quality is badly effected by noise (coughing, blowing nose etc.) in the background. If there is a way to filter/reduce the noise, it’s great!

  6. Evelyn Strand says:

    A New Year. A New Me … I promise

  7. WendyMitchell says:

    Wonderfully and powerfully inspirational words from Thay. My thoughts and prayers are with him and all his friends…a candle will burn for him until some news of his health. Joy, peace and light to all for 2015.
    Wendyx

  8. Margaret Walsh says:

    I have truly appreciated Thay’s thoughts and words of his talk 29/ 12/13 as we enter the year 2015.. Thankyou.
    Margaret.

    • Sabine Maria says:

      Thank you very much for sharing to those who posted this video.
      And thank you for the comment. I feel in a comparable way: This is a very precious video, and I very much recommend to listen to this talk of Thich Nhat Hanh at any 31.12. to come (or may be better any 29.12,… this gives a little more time before the next 1.1., …to be prepared a little better for the truely new in every moment, every here and now…so, may be the best would be:… listen to it again at any time you like ((-:,….)

Enlightenment is not separate from washing the dishes or growing lettuce.

— Thich Nhat Hanh

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