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Nice work Philip. I am tempted to buy (or blag) a Sony EX3 and have been doing some searches on the web. Came accross your site and am impressed.
This is beautiful – Thank you for your inspiration.
I’m 22 years old – wanting to learn – without film school at the moment – I know that’s laughable – but could you recommend a camera?
You have my email on here.
Thank you Philip!
If this was supposed to give some sort of glimpse of what Buddhism is… then it was unsuccessful. The film-maker did a good job going with what he had, but the label is quite miss-leading.
Strong concepts that were missing…
-Finding the middle path.
-Ultimate goal is to get rid of desire, and therefore suffering.
ps, I’ve never heard of a Buddhist that’s ok with multiple relationships until now.
I was raised Buddhist, and I have now chosen to let Jesus into my heart while upholding many Buddhist values.
Liz, kindly view agin. He did not say he was into multiple relationships…he merely said there was nothing wrong with them…So typical of true Buddist philosophy u of all folk should be aware of….Total tolerance which u are not displaying at all.-“There are many paths to the top of the Mountain, but once you get there, the View is the same.” – Yours obviously not.
Quite the best little, gentle, beautiful film I have ever seen on Budhism…Go fiqure.
Om manhi padmi Hum…
Well done indeed Philip Bloom.
Was this shot with the Sony PDW F350.
yes it was