Nhat Hanh Quote: “When I became a novice monk…”

When I became a novice monk, I lived in a temple where the atmosphere was quite like in a family. The abbot is like a father and other monks are like your big brothers, your small, younger brothers. It is a kind of family.

Nhat Hanh


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Name: Nhat Hanh
Profession: Activist
Nationality: Vietnamese
Birthday: October 11, 1926
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