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A Gorgeous Amitayus Thangka

Jun 30, 2018
A Gorgeous Amitayus Thangka

Interpretation / Description Amitayus Buddha, White Tara and Ushnishavijaya. Collectively they are known as the Three Long Life Deities. The painting depicts at the top right and left the two 20th century teachers Pabongkha Dechen Nyingpo (1878-1941) and the 14th Dalai Lama (b.1935). The two images appear as if they were created using well...

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Gabriel smiles!

Dec 6, 2012
Gabriel smiles!

Update 6 December 2012   Here’s a picture of smiling little Gabriel taken this afternoon. Gabriel’s mom Ellena shared that when she massaged Gabriel sometime this week and for the first time in 1 year, Gabriel was able to make a sound!   Pastor Susan Lim went to visit Gabriel today. She gave blessings,...

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A Beautiful Family

Mar 18, 2012
A Beautiful Family

Dato Ruby Khong have been one of my closest students for almost 18 years now. She is a very strong woman, dedicated and kind... she never gives excuses, works very hard and always produces results because in everything she does, it is always for the Dharma.

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