Picture from MIT

I feel stressed out today. Having problems with my programming project at work. Um..... What can I say? It's just part of life, right? :-) I have to look ahead. When all things are over, I will feel much better.

I can't believe that January is almost gone. I have been here in Bangkok almost 3 months. I am learning so much from my work. My Perl programming is getting better and I understand a lot more about image processing. All the more reasons I can't complain much, huh? :-)

Have a good week wherever you are!

I want to share a picture that was sent to me from the Myanmar Institute of Theology. The picture was a group of MIT's guests participating at the Doing Theology under the Bo Tree program.

Doing Theology Under the Bo Tree, a program that is open to seminary and university students, Christian ministers and lay people, was inaugurated in 2000. This program includes opportunities for a week-long study trip to Mandalay, Bagan and Inlay Lake in upper Myanmar, and to Mawlamyine and Pa-an, Basein, in lower Myanmar. Visits to Buddhist homes for fellowship with the Buddhist families, and to some historic sites in Yangon city such as Shwedagon Pagoda, Kaba-Aye Pagoda, The International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University and Buddhist meditation centers for study and research purposes are part of this program.

Participants of Doing Theology under the Bo Tree at Shwe Da Gon Pagoda


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