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Gorgeous photos. The light sun streams through the ceiling, reflects off the book and into his face.  NOTE: buy a fog machine.    young monk ... | photo: thomas boehm

The light sun streams through the ceiling, reflects off the book and into his face. NOTE: buy a fog machine.

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Some cultures and religions see orange as a highly spiritual. It is the colour worn by Buddhist and Hindu monks, because, long ago, saffron dye was pragmatic. In Chinese culture, orange indicates change and spontaneity.

japanese buddhist monk waiting patiently for donations outside the ueno train station, tokyo

Patience by João Maia - A buddhist monk waits patiently for donations outside the Ueno train station, in Tokyo

Young monks at Khampagar Monastery, Tashi Jong in Himachal Pradesch, India.

Khampagar Monastery, Tashi Jong in Himachal Pradesch, India.The life and customs in a monastery of Tibetan Buddhist monks on the slopes of Himayala.

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Monk chanting with kittens - Photo by Rob Kroenert. Kroenert wrote: "A monk chanting in a monastery near Nyuangshwe, Myanmar (Burma). I didn't see the kittens at first - they only popped up when they heard the sound of my camera.

Our creative power could change the inherent design of reality. (Image: Scott Stulberg)

Are we living inside a virtual simulation?

See the beauty of your being." —Sanaya Roman (Monks of Myanmar by Scott Stulberg - World Photography Organization) .

"Enlightenment is, in the end, nothing more than the natural state of being." —Adyashanti ..*

"Enlightenment is, in the end, nothing more than the natural state of being" -Adyashanti

Buddhist monk and tiger

Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua, or the Tiger Temple, is a Theravada Buddhist forest temple in western Thailand. It is a sanctuary for numerous animals, including several tame tigers. The tigers walk around.

Monks in Myanmar

Young monks and their kitten, from the Children of Buddha series, central eastern Burma, photograph by Yury Pustovoy.