COMMENTARY: A Gulf Coast Like a Buddhist Sand Painting Swept Away

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c. 2005 Religion News Service (UNDATED) Tibetan Buddhists turn life’s impermanence into art. Over the course of several days, they create complex, colorful sand paintings called mandalas, forming an intricate diagram of the enlightened mind and an ideal world. Then, they sweep the sand away and pour it in a river, to acknowledge the transience […]

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