On the morning of 12:11 pm, after offering incense to the altar, Thich Nhat Hanh met, walking in meditation with Buddhists and devotees.
On the morning of 12:11 pm, Tu Hieu's family (Thuy Thien Ward, Hua City, Thua Thien Hue) celebrated the anniversary of the monk's birthday, founder of Tu Hieu pagoda.
The Temple of Tu Hieu is home to many temples in Hue, many monks and nuns ordered here. The origin of the Tu Hieu pagoda is an amulet made of bamboo and painted by Venerable Thich Nhat Dinh in 1843 to support his mother.
In 1848 some eunuchs of the imperial court of the Nguyen dynasty asked the court to build the Tu Hieu pagoda with three chambers, two poles, carved poles behind the Tang Dynasty building opposite the Lac Thien Road. To build the Japanese road and beer.
Buddhists everywhere for the death of Tu Hieu pagoda and waiting to meet Zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh are caring here. Many people held hands in the front garden of the hall.
Thich Nhat Hanh, ordained at Tu Hieu Temple, at age 16, is the eighth generation of the disciples of Tu Hieu, the 42nd generation of the Lin-Chi school. On the anniversary of his death, Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh wore brown robes and sat before the sanctuary to perform the incense offering.
After offering the incense, Thich Nhat Hanh was taken to the courtyard in front of the main hall of the temple and found the death of the Buddhist monk.
In front of the shrine is the Tzu Huan pagoda full of Buddhists and devotees. Many people are happy to meet Professor Thich Nhat Hanh.
According to a Buddhist monk Tu Hieu, the Zen master's health has improved, but he can not speak and travel after the disaster in 2014. In the last days, Hue rains continuously, so the teacher is mainly in the room. . Three days, sunny, he went out for a walk, walking meditation with Buddhists.
When the Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, was walking in meditation, Buddhists and silent followers entered the escort behind.
At the request of the teacher, monks and nuns pushed the wheelchair through the Buddhist area are eating rice. After traveling through Tu Hieu's pagoda, the monk was accompanied by monks and nuns to bring back the nursing home to "hear."
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