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Hope for better days & for freedom from all sorrow

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  • Antony Woods
    The following image conveys the sight of the Buddha as seen in the distance arriving at an impoverished village.
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 4, 2008
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      The following image conveys the sight of the Buddha as seen in the
      distance arriving at an impoverished village.
      http://ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/Buddhaviharas/photos/view/3bbd?b=2
      "Buddha is shown in traditional stance, raising his right hand in
      the dispelling fear
      .........
      The eyes, inset in crystal, look straight at the spectator with
      the articulate clear understanding and concern. The slight smile
      comforts the world and tells it to have hope, for better days and
      for freedom from all sorrow."
      From: Sacred Images of Sri Lanka, as displayed at the Art Gallery of
      New South Wales, Sydney, Australia c.1994
    • Antony Woods
      The following image conveys the sight of the Buddha as seen in the distance arriving at an impoverished village. Buddha is shown in traditional stance,
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 7, 2008
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        The following image conveys the sight of the Buddha as seen in the
        distance arriving at an impoverished village.
        "Buddha is shown in traditional stance,
        raising his right hand
        in the dispelling fear
        .........
        The eyes, inset in crystal,
        look straight at the spectator
        with the articulate clear understanding and concern.
        The slight smile comforts the world
        and tells it to have hope,
        for better days and for freedom from all sorrow."
        http://ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/Buddhaviharas/photos/view/3bbd?b=2
        From: Sacred Images of Sri Lanka, as displayed at the Art Gallery of
        New South Wales, Sydney, Australia c.1994
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