Buddhist monks enlighten students about path to brighter future

The yak-herder and the yak give a dance performance as part of the presentation given by the Gaden Shartse Cultural Foundation to the teens at the Division of Youth Services Tuesday morning. The monks will visit a variety of locations in the Grand Valley this week.



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The yak-herder and the yak give a dance performance as part of the presentation given by the Gaden Shartse Cultural Foundation to the teens at the Division of Youth Services Tuesday morning. The monks will visit a variety of locations in the Grand Valley this week.

When Jangchub Chophel was growing up in California, his family did not have blue toilet water or take trips to the park on a Sunday afternoon. He often wondered how a person acquired such…




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