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Lions Roar : January 2016
PHOTOBYPAULDAVISPHOTO[R]BYKATECUMMINGS,[L]LANGMAI.ORG Thich Nhat Hanh returns to Tu Hieu Pagoda, his root temple in Hué. During three trips back to his homeland, he worked to reform and reinvigorate Buddhism in Vietnam. Newly ordained nuns at Prajna Monastery, before it was violently shut down by the communist government. The stone behind them reads: “To be is to interbe.” More than 50% of Vietnamese were born after Thich Nhat Hanh went into exile. He was one of the few teachers to attract young people to Buddhism, including more than five hundred who became monastics. SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2016 51