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The monk and tiger

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Ben Edwards: “The Buddhist monks of Cambodia show off their orange robes, and make a fine ­contrast with the ­surrounding of the stunning stone temples”

Weekend readers' pictures: Orange

Ben Edwards: “The Buddhist monks of Cambodia show off their orange robes, and make a fine ­contrast with the ­surrounding of the stunning stone temples”

Sihanoukville by Arddu: Traditionally, monks' robes were dyed with spices turning them yellow or orange, hence 'saffron robe'. The cloth today is still dyed in spice colors. http://buddhism.about.com/od/thefirstbuddhists/ig/The-Buddha-s-Robe/Buddhist-monks-in-Laos.htm #Monk #Cambodia #Arddu

Sihanoukville by Arddu: Traditionally, monks' robes were dyed with spices turning them yellow or orange, hence 'saffron robe'. The cloth today is still dyed in spice colors. http://buddhism.about.com/od/thefirstbuddhists/ig/The-Buddha-s-Robe/Buddhist-monks-in-Laos.htm #Monk #Cambodia #Arddu

"Once you realize that the road is the goal and that you are always on the road, not to reach a goal, but to enjoy its beauty and its wisdom, life ceases to be a task and becomes natural and simple, in itself an ecstasy." —Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj ..*

"Once you realize that the road is the goal and that you are always on the road, not to reach a goal, but to enjoy its beauty and its wisdom, life ceases to be a task and becomes natural and simple, in itself an ecstasy." —Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj ..*

Buddhist Monks by Rick Piper - ". . . and consequently, the impossibility of totalization - and, on the plane of social experience, the impossibility of forgetting the intersubjective experience that leads to that social experience and endows it with meaning. . . ." - Levinas, pt.2

Buddhist Monks by Rick Piper - ". . . and consequently, the impossibility of totalization - and, on the plane of social experience, the impossibility of forgetting the intersubjective experience that leads to that social experience and endows it with meaning. . . ." - Levinas, pt.2

Young Monks in Myanmar | Photo by  alberto.marotta with Pin-It-Button on http://www.nikonclub.it/gallery/index.php?module=listGallery&method=detail&id=711091

Young Monks in Myanmar | Photo by alberto.marotta with Pin-It-Button on http://www.nikonclub.it/gallery/index.php?module=listGallery&method=detail&id=711091

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