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Medicine Buddha Healing Fountain at Kechara Forest Retreat!

Sep 8, 2018
Medicine Buddha Healing Fountain at Kechara Forest Retreat!

In today’s world, most people live in densely-populated cities. Constructed out of steel, concrete, cement and glass, these artificial environments may be attractive to some. Unfortunately however, man-made materials emanate trace amounts of negative energies that accumulate in our bodies over time. This, combined with the ever-present pollution in the air that we breathe, the...

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Guest Contributor – Alexis Soh

Mar 19, 2013

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Guest Contributor – Håkan Hagström

Mar 17, 2013
Guest Contributor – Håkan Hagström

Article submitted by Håkan Hagström Winning article for “A Chance To Bring Home Medicine Buddha — For Free!!”   A couple of years ago, my sister Petra was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer. Although the average life expectancy for this disease is three to eight months after being diagnosed, Petra is still leading a...

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Guest Contributor – Kenny Howerton

Mar 17, 2013
Guest Contributor – Kenny Howerton

Article submitted by Kenny Howerton Winning article for “A Chance To Bring Home Medicine Buddha — For Free!!”   Tashi delek, I’m not sure if I’m late on this, but I will try anyway. My name is Kenny Howerton and I’m writing on behalf of my best friend Aaron Brown. 3 months ago he...

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Guest Contributor – Chew Hui Sing

Mar 10, 2013
Guest Contributor – Chew Hui Sing

Article submitted by Chew Hui Sing Winning article for “A Chance To Bring Home Medicine Buddha — For Free!!”   18 January 2010 was a day when the life of my family changed within minutes – when we came so close to losing our dearest father and husband. It was a usual Monday morning...

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Guest Contributor – Stephen Tang

Mar 8, 2013
Guest Contributor – Stephen Tang

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Guest Contributor – Jonath Goh

Mar 8, 2013
Guest Contributor – Jonath Goh

Article submitted by Jonath Goh Winning article for “A Chance To Bring Home Medicine Buddha — For Free!!”   Dear Tsem Rinpoche, First of all thank you so much for giving out a chance to let your blog readers to win a Menlha statue. I would like to write in to request a statue...

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Guest Contributor – Sharon Ong

Mar 8, 2013
Guest Contributor – Sharon Ong

Article submitted by Sharon Ong Winning article for “A Chance To Bring Home Medicine Buddha — For Free!!”   On June 2011, our world was forever changed. Mum suffered a massive stroke. When we arrived at the Emergency Room, we could not believe what was happening. Our Mum could hardly speak. Her left limbs...

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Guest Contributor – Jace Chong

Mar 8, 2013
Guest Contributor – Jace Chong

Article submitted by Jace Chong   The Hero In My Heart My mom, Mdm. Lee Kam Meng is a super animal lover. After I told her about how Kathmandu Animal Treatment has spay program for stray animals, my mom started her journey to take care more cats and dogs. She loves animals since...

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Guest Contributor – Tara

Mar 7, 2013
Guest Contributor – Tara

Article submitted by Tara    I must admit I feel a bit awkward writing this article. I am normally not one to boast about the things I do in my private life. For any other type of contest, I would most likely be nominating someone else and gushing on and on about how...

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Guest Contributor – Giel-Frédéric Foubert

Mar 7, 2013
Guest Contributor – Giel-Frédéric Foubert

Article submitted by Giel-Frédéric Foubert Winning article for “A Chance To Bring Home Medicine Buddha — For Free!!”   My mother is ill since I was 5 years old. Now I am 15 years old. She cannot sleep normal. This makes her very sick. All kind of strange pains and discomforts occur. She cannot...

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