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HUE, Vietnam — Long denied the right to return to his native Vietnam, the Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh lived abroad for more than five decades, campaigning against war and teaching the practice of mindfulness. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Oprah Winfrey interviewed him. President Barack Obama quoted him during his visit to Vietnam. Now 92 and suffering the effects of a major stroke, Mr.
In this spiritually nuanced article the author engages with the Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, and reflects on the art of dying. There is no phenomenon in the universe that does not immediately concern us, from a peeble resting at the bottom of the ocean, to the movement of a galaxy millions of light years away. They come from the depths of soul. I begin to long for something deep—something beyond this intoxication with the temporality of power and fame, money and sex, and politics and pleasure. Possibly, because of the mystery of the invisible force, my prayers were heard.
A very loving and compassionate teaching by Thich Nhat Hanh. We learn about no sameness, no otherness. No birth, no death.
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He lies in a villa in the grounds of the 19th century Tu Hieu Pagoda, awaiting liberation from the cyclical nature of existence. At the gate, devotees take photos. Some have flown from Europe for a glimpse of Thay, as they call him, using the Vietnamese word for teacher. Since arriving on Oct. On a wet afternoon in December, the blinds were drawn back so TIME could observe the monk being paid a visit by a couple of U.