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Now I See–Meditation on Time

Now I see, drawing by Sr. Trang Tuyet Hoa

“Now I see” means that until now, I did not see. Why not? I may have been looking for a very long time, but still I did not see. Perhaps because now I am not looking anymore, I begin to see. What is it that I see? What is it that I have been looking

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Thich Nhat Hanh answers Weekly Magazine

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Answers of Ven. Thich Nhat Hanh to Questions from Publishers Weekly Magazine   Elements of Prayer “Some Christians — those who think of God as someone external and powerful and transcendent — would be surprised to know that Buddhists pray. What would you say to them?” Maybe Christians and Buddhists understand differently what prayer is.

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Your body is your first home. Breathing in, I arrive in my body. Breathing out, I am home. — Thich Nhat Hanh

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