(1978) Buddhist monks stand before Temple Mahayaina, in Leeds, N.Y., in a windtry Spring day. In describing their faith, a spokesman identified an eternal message: "Everything in Buddhism, in a broad sense, represents the search for truth. The search is permanent. The truth is permanent." Religion News Service file photo *This day in history: 1904 - 1st Buddhist temple in US forms, Los Angeles

(1978) Buddhist monks stand before Temple Mahayaina, in Leeds, N.Y., in a windtry Spring day. In describing their faith, a spokesman identified an eternal message: “Everything in Buddhism, in a broad sense, represents the search for truth. The search is permanent. The truth is permanent.” Religion News Service file photo *This day in history: 1904 – 1st Buddhist temple in US forms, Los Angeles