HikerEyes
FOTO FLASHBACK - June 3, 2009 - Following along for morning alms with some of the monks fro, Wat Sriboonruang.
by HikerEyes

FOTO FLASHBACK - June 3, 2009 - Following along for morning alms with some of the monks fro, Wat Sriboonruang.

by HikerEyes

FOTO FLASHBACK - Buddha at the Tengboche Monastery.
by HikerEyes

FOTO FLASHBACK - Buddha at the Tengboche Monastery.

by HikerEyes

FOTO FLASHBACK - June 23, 2007 - Pray Wheels turn constantly with water power, little belling ring with each turn…  It’s quite lovely and a good place to wash your jeans…
by HikerEyes

FOTO FLASHBACK - June 23, 2007 - Pray Wheels turn constantly with water power, little belling ring with each turn…  It’s quite lovely and a good place to wash your jeans…

by HikerEyes

sunseams:

Monks (by Yeow8)

sunseams:

Monks (by Yeow8)

Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck
Dalai Lama (via themarchio)
aliasunadorned:

“Those who are free of resentful thoughts surely find peace.” - Siddhartha Guatama

aliasunadorned:

“Those who are free of resentful thoughts surely find peace.” - Siddhartha Guatama

ombuddha:

Physical death is a more dramatic manifestation of the dying that goes on continually throughout the day. We are perpetually facing the beginnings and endings of situations and circumstances without appreciating the emotional toll that these small births and deaths have on our lives. It can be as subtle as forgetting a thought or as common as falling asleep. Change itself is death.
Rodney Smith.
Photo by MadCupcakes.

ombuddha:

Physical death is a more dramatic manifestation of the dying that goes on continually throughout the day. We are perpetually facing the beginnings and endings of situations and circumstances without appreciating the emotional toll that these small births and deaths have on our lives. It can be as subtle as forgetting a thought or as common as falling asleep. Change itself is death.

Rodney Smith.

Photo by MadCupcakes.

starlott:

so pretty.  

starlott:

so pretty.  

chailatteplease:

The creation of a Buddhist sand mandala, Bhutan.

chailatteplease:

The creation of a Buddhist sand mandala, Bhutan.

backpacker-club:

Faces of Nepal by * hiro008 on Flickr.
Young Tibetan monk playing the dungchen (dung chen) in a Buddhist ceremony in a monastery in Ranipauwa near Muktinath.  The dungchen is a long trumpet or horn used in Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies. It is the most widely used instrument in Tibetan Buddhist culture. It is often played in pairs or multiples, and the sound is compared to the singing of elephants.

backpacker-club:

Faces of Nepal by * hiro008 on Flickr.

Young Tibetan monk playing the dungchen (dung chen) in a Buddhist ceremony in a monastery in Ranipauwa near Muktinath.

The dungchen is a long trumpet or horn used in Tibetan Buddhist ceremonies. It is the most widely used instrument in Tibetan Buddhist culture. It is often played in pairs or multiples, and the sound is compared to the singing of elephants.

trek-z:

Faces of Nepal by * hiro008 on Flickr.
93 years old man who lives alone in the mountains near Pisang. Pisang is a village in Manang District in the Gandaki Zone of northern Nepal (Annapurna Circuit). For the Buddhist people in this area the old man is a holy man, and people visit him to ask for his blessing.

trek-z:

Faces of Nepal by * hiro008 on Flickr.

93 years old man who lives alone in the mountains near Pisang. Pisang is a village in Manang District in the Gandaki Zone of northern Nepal (Annapurna Circuit).

For the Buddhist people in this area the old man is a holy man, and people visit him to ask for his blessing.

kelledia:

 Swayambhunath Stupa, Nepal

kelledia:

 Swayambhunath Stupa, Nepal

Like an archer, an arrow, the wise man steadies his trembling mind, a fickle and restless weapon.
The Buddha (via sbhosale)