From the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

In the forest, a group of monks tie saffron cloth around tree trunks while chanting a centuries-old Buddhist chant still relevant today. It is a chant of compassion, pity, and love and of a divinity that does not exist in a temple but in the forests that the monks and the villagers both call their home. Image by Kalyanee Mam. Cambodia, 2014.

Cambodia: The Way of the Monk

  Nature was born to rescue humanity, just as people were born to protect nature. Without nature we cannot survive.” – Venerable But … [Read More]