TOP STORY: BUDDHISM AND ART: Compassion visible: Portraits from Tibet

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c. 1996 Religion News Service (RNS)-When Seattle photographer Phil Borges focused his camera’s eye on the people of Tibet, he perceived many things. Suffering. A deep stillness. A capacity for laughter to coexist with tears. But above all else, engraved in Borges’ mind and in the photos he made is the Buddhist principle of compassion. […]

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