Sunday, 18. September 2005
Having traveled through various Buddhist cultures of the Himalayas since 1980, I have been impressed with the warmth, generosity and beauty generated in settings that would be deemed poor by casual observers. The lasting strength and commitment of Buddhist societies are exhibited in the devotion and artistry of time-honored skills used to create statutes, thangkas, rugs, singing bowls and other items of daily and ritual use. Now more than ever the political and economic situation in Nepal and Tibet demands attention. The commitment of this business to support the artisans who create traditional works will continue without interruption.
By Julie Blair
Tibetan Buddhism Products at Tibetan Spirit
- Ritual Items and Buddhist Art.
... Yet what you have is right now.
And right now is completely as it schould be.
It is your time to live.
Think of what a precious thing your life is
and how truly blessed you are to be experiencing it.
Right now ...
- a animated presentation by Ralph Marston