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What’s on your Altar?

Aug 23, 2014
What’s on your Altar?

Are we creating an altar, a shrine to the death of millions of animals who were slaughtered mercilessly to get on our dining table? Watch the video below:         Related link: Cruel Cage Egg System, please do something about it –

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Grace’s private altar

Nov 25, 2012
Grace’s private altar

4 years ago, Grace and husband CK Leong found out about Kechara through Su Ming. Grace owns a hair salon at Bangsar Village 2 called Grace Salon, where Liaison Su Ming is a regular customer...

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Spectacular Shrine

Jan 4, 2012
Spectacular Shrine

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Swee Keong's altar in his home is so beautiful. In Gaden the monks always have a Je Tsongkapa set like this with Gyaltsab Rinpoche on the left and Kedrub Rinpoche on the right. Mantras and relics will fill the statue...

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