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Muhammad Yunus: The Unstoppable Power of Love and Conviction

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Muhammad Yunus: The Unstoppable Power of Love and Conviction

Muhammad Yunus is a brilliant social entrepreneur, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and a man of integrity and vision. Considered the godfather of microcredit, he began an international movement, helping to transform vulnerable communities through economic and social development. Muhammad Yunus has come to be known as the “Banker of the Poor,” an honorary title for a compassionate man who continues to use his knowledge to help others gain a living, dignity and freedom.
Models of Success
2018-06-29   4567 Views
Models of Success
2018-06-29

Shining World Leadership Award for Heroism Laureate: Mohamad Al Jounde - Founder of a Refugee School

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Shining World Leadership Award for Heroism Laureate: Mohamad Al Jounde - Founder of a Refugee School

Mohamad Al Jounde, a Syrian refugee, established a school in a Lebanese refugee camp for those young souls yearning for education. For his amazing initiative and courageous heart, Supreme Master Ching Hai honored Mohamad with the Shining World Leadership Award for Heroism. During the interview, he provided more insight into his life: And since I believe that school is not only a place for you to learn and how to write and how to read and basic stuff, it’s also a place for you to express yourself and to make friends. I was 12 years old when I first opened the school.
Shining World Awards
2018-08-14   4511 Views
Shining World Awards
2018-08-14

The Chăm – Gentle and Simple-hearted People, Part 1 of 2

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The Chăm – Gentle and Simple-hearted People, Part 1 of 2

Âu Lạc (Vietnam), with civilizations spanning more than 4,000 years, is rich in beautiful, age-old traditional cultures. This charming land is home to 54ethnic groups who live together harmoniously. One of the most prominent ethnic communities in Âu Lạc, Chăm people also have other names such as Chàm or Champa and they mostly live in Bình Thuận, Ninh Thuận and An Giang Provinces. The Chăm’s ingenuity shows in their different architecture, because they build their houses according to the environment and climate of the region where they reside. The Chăm people are also well known for many traditional handicrafts, especially pottery and brocade weaving.
Cultural Traces Around the World
2018-10-06   4504 Views
Cultural Traces Around the World
2018-10-06

Legends of King Arthur: Uniter of Britain, Part 2 of 2

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Legends of King Arthur: Uniter of Britain, Part 2 of 2

We have the privilege to learn more about the extraordinary life of Britain's beloved King Arthur from an expert. Arthur is known as the once and future King of Britain. He appears in different guises in the different stories. Everybody agrees on certain things: He's a highly intelligent, highly skilled warrior and ruler. He's brave, He's forthright, He's determined, He's charismatic. At the very last, he retains His unflinching courage, His desire to lead, and His basic sense of what is wrong and what is right. Together make a hero.
Models of Success
2018-07-29   4489 Views
Models of Success
2018-07-29

Legends of King Arthur: Uniter of Britain, Part 1 of 2

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Legends of King Arthur: Uniter of Britain, Part 1 of 2

Professor Ronald Hutton is a history professor and the Head of the School of Humanities at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. He has been featured on British television and radio, and published 14 books, including "Witches, Druids and King Arthur." King Arthur's simply the greatest British King in the whole of legend. He's the King who unites the whole British. The story of the sword in the stone, this youth's courage, nobility, and justice quickly earned the hearts of the people. King Arthur was accompanied by His most trusted friend and powerful wizard, Medrin, or Merlin. King Arthur also had the steadfast support of the renowned fellowship known as the Knights of the Round Table.
Models of Success
2018-07-22   4480 Views
Models of Success
2018-07-22

The Heroic Master Huỳnh Phú Sổ – The Healing Buddha, Part 1 of 2

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The Heroic Master Huỳnh Phú Sổ – The Healing Buddha, Part 1 of 2

The Prophet Huỳnh Phú Sổ was born on January 15th, 1920, in a well-off family in Hóa Hào village, Tân Châu district, Châu Ðôc province. Since His young age, the prophet was very compassionate. He never wanted to hurt animals, even if it was a tiny insect. At age 15, Prophet Huỳnh Phú Sổ became gravely ill. No one could find the source of His illness, nor a cure. As a result of this grave illness that lasted until age 18, Prophet Huỳnh Phú Sổ had to withdraw from school and discontinue His studies. Instead, under His parents’advice and guidance, Prophet Huỳnh Phú Sổ visited all the holy sites, ashrams, and caves in Mount Thât Son and Tà Lon.
Life of a Saint
2018-11-04   4460 Views
Life of a Saint
2018-11-04

Always Be Mindful of Your Connection with the Divine, Part 4 of 6, Aug. 12-13, 2013

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Always Be Mindful of Your Connection with the Divine, Part 4 of 6, Aug. 12-13, 2013

Everything you do always be mindful of your connection with the Divine. When you drink, you also thank the god of water. And thank the purifying angels to make your water clean and make it beneficial to you. When you eat some food, you thank all the fairies and gods and godesses who tend the gardens, who tend the earth. Thank the Mother Earth. Thank the sun, the moon. Thank all. Everything you do, you always give thanks to Heaven. Every insect that comes your way, maybe he want to tell you something. Or the animals that come into your life. Or the trees that you are leaning on. Sometimes he’s telling you something. You just don’t hear it.
Between Master and Disciples
2018-06-12   4328 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2018-06-12

Kumgang Mountains: Glorious Peaks of the Korean Land

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Kumgang Mountains: Glorious Peaks of the Korean Land

Kumgang Mountains means “Diamond Mountain.” Like it’s name, the granite peaks and hillsides glitter magnificently in the sunlight. Located on the eastern coast of Guangwon Province in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula, the Kumgang Mountains has been much loved by Koreans since ancient times. Mountain Kumgang is part of the Baekdudaegan, which is the largest and longest mountain range in Korea, forming the spine of the peninsula along the eastern coastline. The mountain’s highest peak, Birobong, rises 1639 meters above sea level.
Nature's Beauty
2018-08-22   4324 Views
Nature's Beauty
2018-08-22

Shining World Award Laureate: Humane Society International

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Shining World Award Laureate: Humane Society International

Founded in 1991, HSI is known for its paramount actions to stop the inhumane practices occurring in farms, zoos, aquariums, pet stores and laboratories, as well as wild animal abuse happening on land and at sea. We encourage people to eat more plant-based diets at a global level and really take ownership of this issue. The heart of what we do, our mission, is to stop the cruelty of animals, and celebrate them too-- celebrating the spirit and the bond that we have with these animals. Supreme Master Ching Hai recently honored this noble organization with the Shining World Award.
Shining World Awards
2018-10-09   4324 Views
Shining World Awards
2018-10-09

Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng: Paradise of Wildlife in Thailand

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Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng: Paradise of Wildlife in Thailand

The day UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, declared the sanctuaries as a World Heritage Site back in 1991. And is home to nearly all the forest types of continental Southeast Asia. And I love seeing all the different kinds of animals roaming around. It’s like a real Eden on Earth! Just by being vegan, you are helping to keep the planet cool. Supreme Master Ching Hai, loves animals. She is wholeheartedly trying to save all the beings on Earth. The Seub Nakhasathien Foundation objectives are to protect natural sanctuaries and the sacred beings inhabiting them.
Nature's Beauty
2018-11-02   4317 Views
Nature's Beauty
2018-11-02

Mahatma Gandhi – Be the Change We Want to See, Part 2 of 2

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Mahatma Gandhi – Be the Change We Want to See, Part 2 of 2

When Mahatma Gandhi arrived in South Africa,he quickly discovered that his rights were unfairly limited. 1913, Mahatma Gandhi launched his first large-scale satyagraha campaign. The satyagraha, or “holding onto truth” movement, united people in nonviolent actions to achieve change for the betterment of society. People across the country’s spectrum joined in full support. The supporters faced many dangers during the protests, but in accordance with Mahatma Gandhi’s principle of nonviolence. After a result, 20 years after Gandhi had first set foot in South Africa, the poll tax for Indians were abolished and Hindu marriages given due recognition.
Models of Success
2018-10-02   4281 Views
Models of Success
2018-10-02

The Great Master Confucius: Weaving Wisdom Through Ancient China

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The Great Master Confucius: Weaving Wisdom Through Ancient China

Master Confucius was born in 551 BC in Lu State, into the middle class or, in Chinese, the class of “shi”. Confucius’s father died when He was just three years old. By the age of 30, Confucius had gained popularity as a reputable teacher. He also worked in the government. As he strived to put His humanitarian ideals into practice, it is said that Confucius helped to put an end to crime. Master Confucius travelled as a teacher and advisor to the rulers of various states. His philosophy focused on the “Five Constant Virtues”: compassion, duty, courtesy, wisdom and faith. Among the Five Constant Virtues, compassion is considered most important.
Life of a Saint
2018-09-28   4260 Views
Life of a Saint
2018-09-28

The Venerated Guru Nanak: An Embodiment of Divine Light, Part 1 of 2

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The Venerated Guru Nanak: An Embodiment of Divine Light, Part 1 of 2

Guru Nanak was the first of 10 Sikh Gurus, whose divine teachings comprise the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh holy scriptures, along with wise hymns from many Hindu and Muslim holy men. According to Their teachings, the Sikhs must carry out their duties to family and society through honest labor, sharing food with others, meditation, and charity. Today, Sikhs around the world celebrate the first Sikh Guru’s life through the Guru Nanak Gurpurab. This sacred holiday occurs every full moon day of Katak, the eighth month in the Nanakshahi calendar. This is thought by many to be the time that Guru Nanak came into this world.
Life of a Saint
2018-11-23   4234 Views
Life of a Saint
2018-11-23

The Revered Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva: Vowing Eons of Selfless Sacrifice, Part 2 of 2

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The Revered Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva: Vowing Eons of Selfless Sacrifice, Part 2 of 2

At that time, Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva knelt down with clasped hands and spoke to Shakyamuni Buddha, “Honored of the World, if any sentient beings of the future have only one thought of respect for the Buddha’s Teachings, I shall endeavor to the utmost to relieve such people out of the sufferings of Birth and Death and lead them to Salvation by numberous ways and means.” Because of His infinite loving kindness, Ksitigarbha wants to save people from hell and the six realms. In his eyes, there are no people who have to be punished. Ksitigarbha forgives all people and leads all to the way of Nirvana to enjoy the bliss of Heaven.
Life of a Saint
2018-09-16   4224 Views
Life of a Saint
2018-09-16

Quetzalcóatl: Linking Heaven and Earth

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Quetzalcóatl: Linking Heaven and Earth

In ancient times, Mesoamerica stretched from Mexico to Panama. One of the oldest and most influential Gods of the Mesoamerican culture is known as Quetzalcóatl. Quetzalcóatl, the Feathered Serpent, has been worshiped throughout the Mesoamerican region for over 1200 years, including by the Olmec civilization of ancient Mexico. Quetzalcóatl represents the God within-our own God Selves. And for centuries, Quetzalcóatl has inspired people to connect with nature, Heaven,and the Divine within each of us, helping to foster a more harmonious, prosperous world.
Life of a Saint
2018-10-14   4223 Views
Life of a Saint
2018-10-14

Great Barrier Reef: Nature’s Fragile Wonders

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Great Barrier Reef: Nature’s Fragile Wonders

The Great Barrier Reef named as one of seven natural wonders of the world, larger than the Great Wall fo China! It is now estimated that less than 10% of the Great Barrier Reef remains in pristine condition, untainted by the bleaching desolation. As a direct result of rising sea temperatures, as well as the pollution now circulating through the ocean’s complex current systems. In the light of climate change Supreme Master Ching Hai has reminded of the noble responsibilities and steps we must take to protect our home and all of its unique creatures of flora and fauna. “Just no meat anymore and then we are saved!”
Nature's Beauty
2018-07-25   4208 Views
Nature's Beauty
2018-07-25

Ray Maor: Pranic Living for Mind-Body Awakening, Part 1 of 2

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Ray Maor: Pranic Living for Mind-Body Awakening, Part 1 of 2

Meet Ray Maor, a breatharian whose adoption of pranic living awakened an awareness of the unlimited potential we humans hold. In scriptures, the human body is often referred to as the temple of God. On several occasions, Supreme Master Ching Hai has spoken about the rarity of this phenomenon: To be a human, you need some merit. As a living temple of God, the human body is fully equipped with miraculous wonders. Since time immemorial, there have always been individuals who can sustain themselves on prana, or the vital life force. Through the grace of the Providence, inediates, people who follow a food- free lifestyle, can draw the energy from nature to nourish themselves. Indeed, the possibilities and miracles in this life as our benevolent Creator has designed for us are endless.
Breatharianism
2018-08-05   4204 Views
Breatharianism
2018-08-05

Buddhist Stories:The Bad Karma of Being Unfair, Part 1 of 2, Aug. 8, 2015

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Buddhist Stories:The Bad Karma of Being Unfair, Part 1 of 2, Aug. 8, 2015

The rich person said, “Oh, don’t, don’t be so sad. If you want to liberate yourself from the woman’s birth, from being a woman, and in the next life become a man, then come with me to pay homage to the Buddha.” So, the girl went together with the rich man. And then after prostrating to the Buddha and pay homage to Him, the rich man said, “Praised be the World Honored One, Mandalay, what kind of merit did he have? What kind of affinity did he have?” Meaning the brother of that girl. “What kind of merit did he have, what kind of affinity did he have, that he can be born into a very rich family? And what kind of sin had he committed so that he’s been born, although a man, but has no senses, no eyes, no ears.,no etc., etc.? Please tell us.”
Between Master and Disciples
2018-11-02   4202 Views
Between Master and Disciples
2018-11-02

Los Glaciares National Park: A Majestic Wonderland

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Los Glaciares National Park: A Majestic Wonderland

Nestled in the stunning and remote mountain landscape of the Patagonian Andes is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Los Glaciares National Park is located in the Southwest of Santa Cruz Province in Argentina and borders neighboring Chile. The 2,807-square-mile reserve covers 600,000 hectares and is the largest national park in Argentina. Established in 1937, Los Glaciares is famous for its enormous ice caps, which are smaller in size only to those in Antarctica and Greenland.
Nature's Beauty
2018-08-31   4159 Views
Nature's Beauty
2018-08-31
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