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  • The innocence of his face will stay with me forever,
    little angel of Myanmar looking through the window to the future,trying to forget the past.That morning in Yangoon was a unique experience for my soul.No issues, no jelousy, no hatred,just a silent chant for the peace of the hearts,for the peace of the world.
    He carries the teachings of Buddha and as little as he is he has the wisdom of a million years that much older people do not have.
    He knows that struggle is part of life and mountains and valleys will always be with us.The lower the valley the higher the mountain and one more step to learn the constant change of life.
    If the face a difficult lesson he will remember the teachings of Buddha in the face of adversity"This will pass too" and life will flow again and again. I left that morning like a golden bird with wings made of light.I know that he and the other children will walk their path and follow the steps of the master.I know the country will be safe in their hands.
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