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Who is Zhabdrung, the Father of Bhutan?

By Tshering Yangdon. A large statue of a smiling bearded Lama with a red hat dominates the hall of every monastery in Bhutan. Who is the father of Bhutan? Zhabdrung ...
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The Wasp Sting

It’s been a quiet week in Paro. I’m writing books and guiding Lama D’s children with school projects. The exciting news is that I got stung by a wasp while ...
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Writing Books and Family Summer School in Paro

Getting settled in the house in Paro, our first week in the mountains was wonderfully quiet. Now Lama D has returned to Kathmandu on business. And the children have arrived! ...
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Don’t Wait for Tomorrow

A Dharma talk by Lama D. My beloved friends, I would like to say: Don’t wait for tomorrow. Yes, don’t wait for tomorrow because we never know if we will ...
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When is a Mistake Not a Mistake?

A Dharma talk by Lama D. Today I would like to discuss the different types of mistakes, the importance of learning from mistakes, and how to avoid them. In the ...
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Breathing Clean Air in Paro, Bhutan

It was exciting to land in Paro on Sunday. The Paro airport happens to be one of the most hazardous airports in the world for landing. I’m told only 17 ...
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Seeds Beget Fruits

A Dharma talk by Lama D. Today is a good day. I would like to share a few thoughts about Dharma, which is a Buddhist concept. There’s no exact English ...
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Good-bye Kathmandu, Hello Bhutan

Yep. My bags are packed to fly Sunday from Kathmandu to Paro. I’ve been living out of a suitcase now for almost a year. But it’s over! In Paro we ...
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Exploring Threads in Time, Roots of Tibetan Chöd Practice?

Who is Padmasambhava? The energy of Padmasambhava is very strong in Bhutan. His special vibration is one of the main reasons I’m here, since he’s been present in my meditations for ...
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I’m still in Kathmandu, How to Count to Ten

A change in Lama D’s schedule requires that we stay in Kathmandu for a few more weeks. I’m looking forward to moving back to Bhutan soon! In the meantime, I’m ...
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Meditation Caves, Buddha’s Birthday, Our Last Days in Kathmandu

Lama D and I had a relaxing lunch at Schechen Monastery today. Clean yummy food. The best Dahl and Yak cheese in Kathmandu! We are getting ready to go back ...
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Meet the Blue Poppy, National Flower of Bhutan

No, it’s not an opium-producing poppy, but it is a mythical one. The mesmerizing and hypnotically bright blue poppy, Meconopsis gakyidiana, was once believed to be a legend, as it’s ...
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