Embracing Spirituality: Your KOL•Walter Ngai

【Embracing Spirituality: Your KOL – Mr. Walter Ngai, Secretary General of Tsz Shan Monastery】
We eagerly want those of you at home to check out our Short KOL Docent Video series! On behalf of the Museum, we hope that you have a concise and easily accessible introduction of the Museum exhibits. We want to be your online docent, guiding you to appreciate Buddhist art's resplendency.
June – Transient Moments, Cherished Memories
Śākyamuni Buddha realised that all sentient beings suffered from birth, old age, sickness and death. In the hope of realising the path to liberation, he only ate a little sesame and millet seeds daily. He meditated under a tree and practiced severe abstinence.
In life, experiences can sometimes feel long and short. Spontaneity and eternity are both parts of duality and oneness. We can see eternity in cherishing one moment forever. That one encounter with friends, whether long or short, is a blessing and if treated carefully, we can find true satisfaction and happiness.  
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