I wasn’t sure what was on my mind when seeing this in the Man Mo Temple, Hong Kong.
There was a big bronze bowl which has a face molded on it. The bowl full of sand was for insertion of the incense sticks.
Smoke from the incense sticks coming up to the air.
At the same time, light from the roof above was glancing down as the sun was setting.
I had a state of mind which I have never experienced.
When I saw this statue in the Angkor Wat Temple, I was awed by the contrast in colors.
While I am not a follower of the Buddha or the Hindu religion, I have full of reverence for them.
As I understand both these religions or cultures direct people to do good.
This photo turns out to be one of my photos which have the biggest number of “Clicks” on it.
Just wonder what readers’ state of mind is when they view the picture?
3,280m (10,761 ft) above sea level in ZhongDian (also known as Shangrila), Yunnan in China, everyday life involves praying, chanting, walking in unison around a rotating gold-plated religious tower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
Just wonder what is their state of mind when they pray?