MISSION : THIS WORLD FREE OF CANCER

The Truth of Angkor explained in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, Thai, Khmer, Sinhalese and many other languages to help create a Hospital in India where Global Brethren shall be treated free till they are rid of the Scourge of Cancer.

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NICHAMON : ANGKOR PARABLES By SK Sharma

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My experience with AngkorWat and it’s spiritual enlightenment that one must experience. Grab your copy and read it today.

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topics Covered

LOVE, FAITH AND INNER BLISS

CALMING OUR SENSES

QUEST FOR GOD BEGINS WITH FINDING BLISS WITHIN. WE TODAY ARE LEADING A LIFE FULL OF STRESS&ANXIETY AND DEVOID OF LOVE. HAVE FAITH IN HIM AND FIND YOUR MOORINGS. YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF

SO SAID LORD JESUS

THEREFORE I TELL YOU, WHATEVER YOU ASK FOR IN PRAYER, BELIEVE THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED IT, AND IT WILL BE YOURS.
- MARK 11.24

BEAUTY OF LOVE

A BEAUTIFUL PERSON SEES BEAUTY IN EVERYTHING. BECAUSE OF YOUR SMILE YOU MAKE LIFE MORE BEAUTIFUL

Author's Note

The Vision

Wait for an event is more precious than its actual occurrence. There is expectation of the unknown. There is intrigue. There is a certain amount of anxiety. But if the wait is unduly long, it could lend complacency and even disbelief. But in my case, negative gradationswere never allowed to permeate the beauty of my 33 years long wait. I, nonetheless, was busy with my responsibilities as well and at times even forgot about Angkor but never allowed that fire to get extinguished from the crevasses within my heart.

To my Lord , Nichamon and  my erudite wife Archana: my inspirations

The Journey

One could ascribe that to Gods; yes! The Lord, Who helped me keep that fire remain kindled all the while I waited in my quest to know what &who God is. My search became more, much more relevant in the context of turbulence within our societies in recent times, which required calming of senses. And the day it happened, there was no stopping, thereafter. There have been three Pilgrimages to Angkor already; and of them six visits to The Wat itself. But every time I go there, the appetite only gets whetted more. Every time I come back, I begin to yearn to go back. For my work has just begun, if at all. My work of understanding the very entity called God.

Please remember – in a Temple, what appears..in fact.. isn’t. And the day one gets to understand this Truth, one need never visit a Temple.