Public Tour Day

With Summer in full bloom many of our Asian guests are more than surprised to find a Hindu monastery and Siva Temple tucked away at the top of Kuamoo Road. When asked how they found us - we hear a litany of familiar responses. "Our concierge told us about it." - "The waiter at the restaurant told us we had to come." Gurudeva's wisdom in integrating and serving the people of Kauai and not staying "aloof" or separate from the community has created a deep respect and appreciation for the monastery island wide. Many people fear what they don't understand or anyone who is different. Leave it to Gurudeva's mastery and unconditional love to create a home for generations of monks to come who will be embraced by the people of Kauai.

4 Responses to “Public Tour Day”

  1. Debora Murbach says:

    It seems the lovely baby and Bodhinatha are mesmerized by the same wonders: they have exactly the same look of joy in their eyes!

  2. Toshadevi Nataraja says:

    I thought exactly the same. Its so amazing. You cannot help but feel uplifted looking at them both. Aum Aum

  3. Chandrika Shanti says:

    Is the baby signing ( right hand ) “I love you” ?

  4. Amma Anne Deer says:

    aum…”baby-natha” !!! 🙂

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