Thich Nhat Hanh distilled Buddhist teachings on compassion and struggling into quickly grasped direction.



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BANGKOK— Zen Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who helped pioneer the concept of mindfulness in the West and socially engaged Buddhism in the East, has died at age 95, in accordance to an announcement on his verified

Twitter

website page.

The International Plum Village Group of Engaged Buddhism, a monastic governing human body that the monk established, reported Thich Nhat Hanh, identified as Thay, or trainer, to his followers, died peacefully at Tu Hieu Temple in Hue, Vietnam.

Thay lived substantially of his grownup everyday living at a retreat he started in France but lived his closing a long time in Vietnam at the monastery where he was ordained.

He distilled Buddhist teachings on compassion and suffering into conveniently grasped guidance more than a life time dedicated to functioning for peace. He proven the Purchase of Inter-becoming in 1964 and outstanding people today this kind of as Oprah Winfrey and corporations like Google sought his wisdom and direction.

Thich Nhat Hanh checking out the Thien Mu Pagoda in Vietnam in 2005.



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