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Connecting to Our Root Teacher: A Letter from Thay, 27 Sept 2014

Thay Buddha British Museum 2010

Thay wrote this letter to all of his students last autumn, as his health was beginning to weaken. Although Thay did not have enough strength to give Dharma Talks, he was able to dictate and edit this letter. It has been translated from the Vietnamese, so that everyone enjoy his rich, deep and heartfelt teaching on how “devotional practice” and the

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An Update on Thay’s Health: 19th Feb

Official Announcement Plum Village, France February 19, 2015 To all Plum Village Practice Centers, To all Practice Centers and Sanghas World Wide, To our Dear Beloved Friends, As we enter the Lunar New Year, and our practice centers conclude our annual 90-day Winter Retreat, we are very happy to report that our dear Teacher continues

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An Update on Thay’s Health: 30th November

Thay offering the Namovalokiteshvara chant  in Hong Kong, 2013. Photo: Kelvin Cheuk

Official Announcement Plum Village November 30, 2014 To all Plum Village Practice Centers, To all Practice Centers and Sanghas World Wide, To our Dear Beloved Friends, As the Winter Retreat continues to unfold in all our practice centers in Europe and America, Thay’s condition in the hospital remains stable. Thay continues to rest peacefully with

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Thich Nhat Hanh in Hospital

For Immediate Release Contact: press@plumvillage.org press@thichnhathanhfoundation.org www.plumvillage.org www.thichnhathanhfoundation.org   Global Buddhist Leader in Hospital Plum Village, France, November 12, 2014 – Thich Nhat Hanh, the world’s most famous Zen master, has been hospitalized in Bordeaux, France. With a deep mindful breath we announce that on Tuesday 11th of November 2014, Thay, Zen Master Thich Nhat

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The Hands of Peace

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I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph a dialogue between Thich Nhat Hanh and David Suzuki. Of course, I took many pictures of each of them, showing Thay’s gestures, expressions as well as his open and compassionate countenance. Part way through the discussion I became aware of the separate dialogue that was going on in

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