Americans Are Traveling Abroad for Medical Care. American health care is so ludicrously expensive – and often bureaucratic and frustrating – that many Americans now find they are better combining a trip with medical care.
Churning of the ocean of milk, in Hinduism, one of the central events in the ever-continuing struggle between the devas (gods) and the asuras (demons, or Titans)
These beautiful doors are meticulously painted in the Balinese manner. They are made from Jack fruitwood, which is the wood of choice in Bali for architectural elements. These doors are all handmade, any imperfections in the wood or paint are natural.
This festive season is so much more than Christmas parties and gift giving. May your Christmas be filled with the true miracles and meaning of this beautiful time.
Senso is an ancient Buddhist temple. It’s dedicated to Kannon Bosatsu, the Bodhisattva of compassion, and is the most widely visited spiritual site in the world with over 30 million visitors annually.
There is so much sameness in the world; cars look the same, clothes look the same, buildings look the same. So to find an architect who actually builds buildings that look like they’re from another more interesting world, is a relief
Momentum Generation reveals how surfing became a big sport; how all sports move from being a passion to business, about success, failure, and resilience. There’s a lot of talk about teams being like families, but these guys really are like a family.
The Temple of the Emerald Buddha is regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand. Located in the historic center of Bangkok, within the grounds of the Grand Palace, it enshrines the Emerald Buddha.
Walt Disney was once bankrupt and heartbroken, and on the edge of survival, but he was always optimistic and he remained consistently upbeat to become one of the biggest success stories. Story from the book From Tragedy to Triumph.
A human activity having for its purpose the transmission of the highest and best feelings to which men have risen. Leo Tolstoy defining art. This is the quote that opens one of the 75 chapters of the book Life Changing Advice From People You Should Know