Bodhi

24 Apr 19
Life with Bodhi

It’s my Gotcha Day today! 3 years since my Mom adopted me – she is so lucky to have me 😉

24 Apr 19
In between spines.

3 stars is the only rating I can give A Place Without You. There was a lot I really liked about this book, but unfortunately an equal amount that frustrated me up the wazoo.

23 Apr 19
The Wicked Light by RJ Worrell

Hello! My name is RJ and I am a recovering Alcoholic. I never in my life thought that I would be the one saying that phrase. I grew up in a home with an alcoholic parent. I didn’t know he was an “alcoholic”, I just thought he loved to drink. I was only 9 years […]

23 Apr 19
The Bum who Travels

Like most Indians, I had grown up with a hackneyed old view of Bihar as a state of chaos, lawlessness and gross mismanagement. And my growing up years did nothing to change this view; even the Bihari labours at my family establishment were a funny lot but managing them reaffirmed my thoughts that Bihar must […]

23 Apr 19
A Donkumentary

Finally, my favorite days. I’ve written about them before: the days where it’s warm in the sun and cool in the shade. On and off I take my flannel shirt as I move across the yard beneath spotted shadows of spring-heavy trees. The ground went from washed out to tangled jungle in a mere handful […]

23 Apr 19
Bodhi-Bowl

The trip from Tokyo took about 3 hours by Shinkansen. Nothing that I can complain about because it will be good for resting after a night flight. A ride on the shinkansen will be incomplete without an ekiben. I hope to collect as many ekibento container souvenirs as I can for this trip. I guess […]

23 Apr 19
Extravalogues

A beautiful letter written by Tathālokā Bhikkhunī Dear friends in Dhamma, friends in Nature, fellow earthlings, beloved companions in birth, ageing, sickness and death, I normally write a letter to you each year on Easter and/or on Earth Day. This year, when i came online on Easter Sunday here in the forest, i was greeted […]

23 Apr 19
Land of Size

We decided to go to Lumbini on our way to India, as it is close to the border and we wanted to cross overland but frustratingly, our visa restrictions wouldn’t allow it. Despite this, we still got a bus from Pokhara to Lumbini, and in the spirit of honesty, I’ll tell you the good, bad […]

23 Apr 19
Catherine Forsayeth

I mean…wtf? A child? This is a child used by the Whomeverthefucktheyare to promulgate their agenda. No doubt she, like most of her generation, is sincere. She is innocent and naive but above all she is brainwashed, used appallingly, cynically by the Whomeverthefucktheyare. Let me be perfectly clear. There IS climate change, this is an […]

23 Apr 19
Indian sculptures

It is considered that Buddhist jewelry gives the wearer a sense of liveliness, happiness and insight into one’s true nature. There is a wide variety of Buddhist jewelry each with its own uniqueness. Buddhist jewelry is usually made of silver and copper although in some cases gold is also used. The eight auspicious symbols of […]

23 Apr 19
Min Shan generation

Broadrick Secondary School Canossa Catholic Primary School Eunos Primary School Geylang Methodist School (Primary) Geylang Methodist School (Secondary) Haig Girls’ School Kong Hwa School Maha Bodhi School Manjusri Secondary School