Hanzze wrote:A city made of bones,
plastered over with flesh & blood,
whose hidden treasures are:
pride & contempt,
aging & death.
mikenz66 wrote:I visited Wat Nak Prok a few weeks ago, since our local Wat is a branch. Last time I visited was 2007, and there have been a few changes.
yawares: Do you like this temple? Did you visit other temples?
It was nice to see my Bangladeshi friend again. He was a Samanera here in New Zealand for several years, and is now a full Bhikkhu:
yawares: He looks like a happy samanera.
Since the flooding last year they have been raising some of the buildings. Raising the ordination hall revealed one of the Sima stones (you may need to scroll down to see it...):
yawares: Yes..may be not really finish yet.
Sadly, one of my teachers, an American ordained at Wat Nak Prok, "Ajahn Dennis", passed away in June:
yawares: Very beautiful urn Rupa Anicca
Goofaholix wrote:Interesting how Thai and farang have different ideas on what is beautiful.
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