Peace in Ourselves, Peace in the World
The story continues in Hue, where Buddhist monk and Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh shares some thoughts about peace and reconciliation. During the war, Nhat Hanh's efforts to bring about a peaceful end to the conflict were a powerful example of Buddhist social action, or what is now commonly called "engaged Buddhism." His interpretation of the Buddha's teachings about "mindfulness," a form of meditation that can be practiced in daily life, has helped many Vietnam War veterans find inner peace.
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