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pets talk: Old Songs

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Merry Christmas friends! How do you enjoy your holidays do far? Too bad we didn’t have today off in Taiwan, but people here sure have a lot of  Christmas spirit!

Xiao-Lü the Red-Bellied Cooter was five. Her owner took her to the charitable weekend trip held by Tien Yuan Life Care Association earlier this year. She crawled on the bed like she was curious about this cabin till the owner held her still. The owner couldn’t wait to hear her speak.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Volunteer

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

A lady came to me, telling me that she was having a rough time. Her work had not been done well, and her job seemed to enter the low tide period. She was considering retirement; she wanted to quit.

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Guan-yin is ‘everywhere’

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Most of the time I find it hard to translate something religious because Eastern culture is just so different from Western one. But there are a lot of stories that deserve to be shared, that are touching and impressive, so I’m gonna try it anyway.

Among all Gods and Goddesses in Eastern culture, I believe Guan-yin is comparatively well-known to westerners. Guan-yin has the image of a kind and graceful woman. She is also called ‘Bodhisattvas‘ and both Buddhism and Taoism have her appearance.

In Taiwan, it’s very common to have a Guan-yin figure at home so we can pray to her without going to temples. So we can also say that Guan-yin is like our ‘guardian goddess.’ And Guan-yin follows and protects everyone that prays to her.

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

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