Buddhist

Athet Pyan Shinthaw Paulu, from Myanmar, left home at 13 to become a fisherman. After an attack by a crocodile on his boat, he stopped fishing and joined a monastery at the 18 to become a monk. Athet sought to deny his selfish thoughts and desires to break free from the cycles of this world. He studied all the holy fathers, until he become sick with yellow fever and malaria. Doctors gave him no chance to live. He died for three days, his body began to stink, and he was given Buddhist purification rites. Except, Athet was conscious and awake! What he experienced changed his life!



A young man raised Buddhist, handpicked by the Dalai Lama to be a Tibetan monk at the age of 7, tells his story of hearing a voice as a young man that he knew was not Buddhist and his journey to faith through the difficulties of life.


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