I want our ethnic minority brothers and sisters to have a better life. I want to have large areas of land for growing agricultural crops. I want to build big factories processing agricultural products. I want to build free universities for the poor…
Please give me your strength. Please give me your diligence. I want to become your hands and feet. I want to fulfill your wishes. I love you, Jesus.
Every time a bad thing happen to our world or country or friends or family or ourselves, we often try to explain.
We often try to explain all the suffering, evil, torture, destruction and hunger. We often try to explain with our formulas, religion or whatever things we can think of. However, no explanation can explain away all bad things.
The thing I love from Buddha and Jesus is tenderness.
Buddha and Jesus are tender.
Their tenderness makes my heart melt into water. My mind wants to cling to them. My soul totally submits to them.
Their tenderness heals my heart. Every time my heart is unhappy, I look at them, their tenderness comforts my soul. My headache goes away. I sleep well, I work well, I love people and love life as nothing happens.
Buddha and Jesus are tender. And Buddha and Jesus are tender with me.
Every time I lose my footing, they pull me back, they don’t let me go astray, and they hold my hand. They lead me in their way again. They are patient with me.
Oh, Buddha and Jesus, my sweet and tender love, I love you. I want to be one with you. Please fill my soul with your tenderness so that I may love you tenderly every moment of all my life.
This is the thing I love from Buddha and Jesus, perhaps the thing I love most.
Asia, the world’s driest continent in per capita terms, remains the center of dam construction, with more than half of the 50,000 large dams across the globe. The hyperactivity on dams has only sharpened local and international disputes over the resources of shared rivers and aquifers.
HO CHI MINH CITY – It is fairly common that a person accused of a crime has the right to an attorney, but what about the victim of the alleged crime? This question was raised in Vietnam, which has now answered it with a regulation that guarantees victims the right to legal representation. This could also have a direct effect on the problem of human trafficking in Vietnam.
Neither mouse nor deer, this Vietnamese ungulate is shy, walks on the tips of its hooves and was just spotted in the wild for the first time in almost 30 years.
Environmental group Global Wildlife Conservation said the silver-backed chevrotain, known as the Vietnamese mouse deer, had been recorded in the wild only five times until a team of researchers recently rediscovered it outside Nha Trang.