Why a monk has a good reason to pray

The monks of the Buddhist monastic order have a strong religious impulse that can lead them to practice, but they can also be easily swayed by a few superficial and superficial influences.

They are like a group of people who are drawn together by a common interest.

They’re like the friends you make in your twenties and thirties.

They all share a love of art and a strong sense of community.

But sometimes, they also have an underlying desire to be good.

It’s like when a friend says you’re good at something.

You think, “Well, what are you good at?”

But when you ask, you realize they mean it.

And when you look at the group, you see that they share the same passions, too.

For the monks, it’s not just about being good.

When you ask the monks how they do it, they’ll tell you how they’ve got their passions stoked, and that their faith gives them power and helps them become good people.

This is a fascinating, complex way of relating to one another, but I think there’s a lot of good in it.

So let’s talk about why it is that monks of any faith are drawn to a certain type of devotion.

Why do monks need to have a particular devotion?

Why do they need a certain kind of devotion?

First, it gives them a powerful social power.

For monks, their power is what makes them very popular among people who care about their spiritual lives.

You might be thinking, “Oh, that’s great.

People love the monks.”

And that’s true.

But what happens when you go to a Buddhist temple, or a temple-run restaurant, or your neighborhood monastery?

Those places are not about what the monks are doing, or the monks’ own activities, but about people’s willingness to give up money, to put up with the occasional rudeness of the nuns or the priests, or to let people sit at their tables.

You can have a conversation about the Buddhist religion and its teachings with people who don’t care about religion.

You know what the Buddhists are really good at?

Making people happy.

When the Buddhist monks get together in a small group, there’s no pressure.

When people are willing to put their money where their mouths are, they can go to the altar and eat with the monks.

When they’re willing to do the right thing, the monks can do the wrong thing.

In a group like that, there is a power dynamic between the people and the monks that can be very powerful.

The power is very real.

What are some of the things that have brought the monks of a Buddhist monasteries to this kind of spiritual state?

They are very open and tolerant people.

They don’t really know the rules, but the rules are simple.

They accept anyone.

They want to live as a good person.

They see themselves as being a kind of saint.

They say, “I am a good, good person.”

The monks are not a monastic sect, but a monastics’ group.

They live their lives as a group, and the group has a certain level of autonomy.

This means they can do things like invite people to come to their classes and events.

They have the power to create their own social networks and their own religious institutions.

In many ways, these monks have a lot in common with the people who want to make Buddhism work for them.

The people who would like to see Buddhism go mainstream are going to be happy with a certain set of practices and rituals, but not the ones that are based on the ideas of a particular tradition.

They may not be interested in the monks in the tradition that they’re following.

The more they can bring Buddhism to a broader public, the better.

If people are interested in Buddhism, it makes sense for them to be attracted to monks.

That is, people who believe in the spiritual life and who can live it for themselves.

That’s what makes people like the monks and the people of the monasterials.

They can relate to the monks because they’re just like them.

In fact, many people who know someone who is a monk can relate.

A friend of mine is a Buddhist, and I was surprised by the number of times I would come across someone who was a monk and they had this kind, gentle way of interacting with me.

It was almost as if I had a lot more to say with them.

It made me feel like I was speaking to somebody who has a great deal to share with me about the spiritual lives and their lives of practice.

But it’s a bit strange when you meet people who have this very different experience.

So why do people like these monks get drawn to this type of spiritual activity?

Some people say that it’s because the monks themselves are charismatic and charismatic monks.

These monks are charismatic people.

You are charismatic.

People like charismatic people because they can get their messages out and they can make the people around them feel good about themselves.

The monks themselves also