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Suggested viewing by PFC subscriber Marian:
I believe I’ve shared some content of this Buddhism practice before. For me, Thich Nhat Hahn is the first and only Buddhist who talks and walks Buddhism in a way I can thoroughly appreciate and resonate with.
This journal with testimonies and reports about how the Engaged Buddhist communes, worldwide, managed to live through the pandemic, is a beautiful testimony of compassion, cooperation and above all…. a great example of practical Buddhism, the essence of Thich Nhat Hahn’s teachings.
The picture of Thay (his short name) shows a man with deep understanding, capable of living the words included in this picture. In daily life circumstances, at home, since 1982, in Plum Village France, and with audiences worldwide, when he travelled around. There’s a wealth of podcasts, with Thay’s lectures, all presented for free.
This one is from 2007:
I’m sure, many PFC members or visitors of the site, who are familiar with Thay’s teachings and books, maybe even spending time in one of the monasteries. Thay will be 94 years of age in October 2021 spending his last days, residing at Từ Hiếu Temple in Huế, Vietnam, where he first ordained as a novice monk over 70 years ago.
These links below present one of Thay’s activities and the last one his life story: