Michal has spent a 5 months at the Ki monastery close to the Tibetan borders. He has been teaching the small monks there English and computer skills and he would like to share about his the most emotional moment.
“Now, when I am at home, I think that the strongest moment in India was leaving and saying goodbye to monks. You can’t imagine what esteem, kindness and love they showed to me and how deeply I experienced it. I think that Tibetan Buddhism is something extremely precious. Now I can perceive it as a huge power of good“.
We have been supporting the monks from Ki monastery since 2008. First we focused on life conditions of small monks. Now we can pay full attention to improving their study results. The monastery school provides education to boy at the age from 6 to 14. Currently we support education of 57 monks at school.