Divine Journey of Monks
Monastic souls means a life of humility, obedience, isolation, silence, prayer, and renunciation of our own desires in order to live as free sons and daughters of God, guided by the Holy Spirit who speaks through our leaders, our rule, and the inspirations of his grace within our hearts.
Monks life is different from other people. Unlike common people ,monks lead his life of limits,self-control and inner cultivation. The red shawl and the shaven head is theme of their daily reflection
Buddhist religious life is by tradition is a dedication of ‘sangha’s’(order of disciplines).These communities of monks deliver Buddha’s teaching. Monks do not work for their living. Everyone commonly respects Buddhist monks in societies. In Buddhist religion most families have sons who are either monks or were a monks at once in their life. Monks usually live in caves or in solitary huts for meditation, but occasionally they live in monasteries with other groups of monks. It’s always interesting to watch monks doing religious rituals and offering prayers loudly in full of faith.
Portraits of monks
Monks are free to leave at any time whenever they want. Many youngsters from different places serve some years as monks and then continue their day-to-day lives. People still practice Buddhist culture in different parts of India such as Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Ladakh, and some parts of Karnataka. Here are some of the glimpses portraits of monks in Karnataka.
Each introspective exercise compels us to examine our present and future political, spiritual, economic, and cultural decisions and goals. Reading Seeing with Our Souls is a great way for busy individuals to gain spiritual insight through the Bible and the teachings of the monks.
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