"In the desert all things can be discarded except a sweet spring, which is always closely guarded. In a society of indifference all people long for the loving smiles that can provide moisture to the hearts of others like a gushing spring."
Tuesday 27 September 2016 (HKT)
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Finding Excellence, Part 3: Who is the Best Dancer Here?
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On Ignorance of the Buddha’s Power and Compassion
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