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The Money Lender (#5)

The Murphys find extra work to pay the money they do not owe. Aaron recovers with profound resentment at Rebecca’s family who blame him for the accident; and Joshua cleverly finds a way to ingratiate himself with the Zen Abbot by spreading cedar chips to eliminate the dust.

El demonio comprado

Cómo todos saben… la constancia nos conduce al objetivo. Una vez desarrollada, se convierte en una actitud que nos permite seguir adelante, a pesar de las dificultades o la pérdida de la motivación.

A Father’s Birth (#2)

“Called or not called, God will be there”, C. G. Jung wrote in front of his house. In “Vespers in the Night”, Master Yao Xin Shakya share some words with an Orthodox priest and realizes the importance of names and its mysteries.

A Father’s Birth (#1)

A simple way of living, distant mountains, homemade wine and the scent of incense become a fine scenario for the mistery of life to unfold. In the “A Father’s Birth”, Master Yao Xin Shakya tell us a glimpse of how a new life can change our world.

The Money Lender (#4)

Mobsters can threaten in the most polite ways. Tim learns that he must pay interest on top of the principal stolen by someone else. But Joshua hides out in a Zen Center as Charlene tries to learn who is behind Tim’s frame-up. And the Dharma contest has everyone on edge.

The Money Lender (#3)

Aaron and Rebecca learn the hard way that just because a machine is easy to operate, anyone can operate it without training and respect for the bike and the terrain. It is a mistake one of them will live to regret. Tim learns how easily an innocent person can be set up to take the fall for another’s crime.

The Money Lender (#2)

Aaron tries to make the most of being forced into marriage and Tim has no idea of the evil events that are about to entangle him. Each man must find a way to extricate himself from deaths that are accidental or planned.

The Money Lender (#1)

Whether we like it or not, religion finds its way into our lives to justify or condemn any action we take. In The Money Lender two separate crimes and two different religions graze each other in two separate cities are explored. Good masquerades as evil, and evil puts on the face of good.

The silver mirror

Whenever we lose our vision, we risk losing everything. In “The Silver Mirror”, Abbot Yao reflects on those things that truly matter.

My honor is called loyalty

Abbot John has gone to war again. The Axis Powers were not defeated as we had thought. He hopes to live long enough to get the job done. In “My Honor is Called Loyalty”, he considers constructive options. Who will whisper “Soylent Green” to him?