buddhist life

Luís Carapeto, Portugal, 2003
Synopsis

« I live my Buddhist life from day to day, from moment to moment sometimes in my office, sometimes in my home, sometimes in a temple. In every situation there was just my Buddhist life.» Gudo Wafu Nishijima was born in Yokohama, Japan. With a new and fresh approach to the Buddhist view of reality and the sense of balance to the philosophical and scientific investigations from last decades, Master Nishijima gives us the coordinates to start to understand Buddhism with our own method of thinking. He wants to pass the teachings of Buddhism to people all over the world who are searching for « Truth ». « We have to say that we live in a succession of moments rather like the frames of a film.»In these «frames”, from the present moment, the documentary is about Master Nishijima´s daily life that is all ready a Buddhist life.

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