Dharma Talks / Practicing Peace in Response to the Invasion of Ukraine

Sr Từ Nghiêm

Sister Tu Nghiem is a senior Dharma Teacher in Plum Village, of Ukrainian heritage. In this Dharma Talk, given in New Hamlet as part of an online “Day in Peace” for Ukraine, she shares three powerful ways we can all practice peace starting now, today.

0:00 Sr. Chan Duc’s introduction to “Namo ‘valokitesvara” – the Chant of Compassion
06:52 Namo ‘valokitesvara
26:38 Dharma talk by Sr. Tu Nghiem (Sister Loving Kindness)

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Thich Nhat Hanh January 15, 2020

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