A Thai seeker and one of our workers become pen pals of a sort, hashing out the differences between Buddhism and Christianity on notes left at a drop spot.
She ripped down the idols in her home, even though she feared she could be cursed.
Surely he who parted the Red Sea could clear the fog away to delight a band of weary hikers and show his might.
Desperate to escape the pain of her childhood, she joined the temple. Now she tells others how that life also brought bondage — and how she found true peace.
With nothing to believe in, many young Chinese are turning to Buddhism — and finding it doesn’t bring peace to their frantic, high-pressure lives.
Though he excelled at following the precepts, he still felt exhausted, worried, and insecure. Now he’s discovered true peace — and he can’t stop telling others about it.